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Posted by Scott [Email] (more from Scott) on Fri, 20 Mar 2020 18:40:56
Has anyone had any problems with Coil Packs going bad? My 2011 9-5 now has 115,000 miles and it seem like every few months I have to replace a coil pack. It runs fine for a while but when I really get on it that's when it starts to cut out and I start having problems. I had the plugs changed at 60,000 miles and the car ran great until about 90,000 miles when I started having problems. I've been replacing the coil and the plug one at a time ever since. Should they all be replaced at once? Should I use the SAAB Coils instead of aftermarket? Could it be something else causing them to fail? I used to take it to a GM dealership that worked on SAABs but I was told that the SAAB mechanic no longer works there and they really don't want to work on my car anymore. I now started taking it to a small shop that works on everything and he's really not sure what's going on. Any Ideas??? Thanks, Scott
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