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Post by Alex1197 Thu 8 Nov 2018 - 12:24

Hi all.

I have a fault light flash and then go and the car did not start quickly the other day.

The engine is not silky smooth either.

I think its the coils. They seem dirt cheap on ebay. Are these ones ok to use?

I have the 133.

Thanks.

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Post by Barbs Thu 8 Nov 2018 - 17:47

Can't answer that but mine were replaced in September at Halfords as I had to be taken on the back of a recovery vehicle on the day we were due to go on holiday.
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Post by pittstop Fri 9 Nov 2018 - 14:22

Coil packs are straightforward to replace.

I changed my plugs on the 133 a few weeks ago but retained the original coils as car was running well.

General opinion for these items seems to be don't go for a bargain get a reputable make if you want long life
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