I have never used a p0354 ignition coil, but after reading a lot of good reviews and watching a few videos, I decided to give one a try. I took the coil and put it on the back of my car and let it run for about 30 minutes. It didn’t spark. So I switched it out with another one I had and that was running smoothly for about 4.5 hours.
That was enough to drive me to a local car dealer. When I came back into my garage 2 hours later the coil was still sitting on the back of the car. The dealer said he would have to get another one.
I’m not sure what coil you have, but I’m going to assume it is a spark plug ignition coil. Plugs can be replaced if they fail to light. I’m going to assume your problem is the coil itself. If this is the case, and it sounds like your coil is in good shape, it’s probably safe to replace it with a new coil.
The problem is there are usually 3 or 4 ignition coils on a car. We have 2 on our car, one for the alternator and 2 for the ignition coils. They are in the same box on our car.
Our car is the only one that has a spark plug in it. It is also connected to the battery, so there is no way we can charge it without a spark plug. When we go to the fuel meter, we have a spark plug, which will ignite any spark plug that we have on. We can get rid of the spark plug without knowing if its good or bad.
The problem is we can’t find the spark plug. We have a spark plug that we’ve replaced a few times, but it is still there. The problem is, when we look at the spark plug, it is on the top of the spark plug tray, but it is not touching the spark plug itself. The problem is, if we try to turn the spark plug off, we can’t turn it off because it is in a fuse box.
Sometimes a problem can be fixed by replacing or fixing something in the factory. The problem is that’s never going to happen. The factory is designed to manufacture the parts that are in use. If they are made with the same specifications as the factory parts, then they will always be the same. The problem is, if the factory parts are flawed, then there will be some randomness in the factory that will make the parts not as close to the factory specifications as they should be.
An example of a problem we are having with the factory is a problem with the ignition coil. The factory is designed to manufacture the parts that are in use. If they are made with the same specifications as the factory parts, then they will always be the same. The problem is, if the factory parts are flawed, then there will be some randomness in the factory that will make the parts not as close to the factory specifications as they should be.
The ignition coil on the car has a problem. The factory parts, to the manufacturer, are working correctly so they have guaranteed perfect ignition times. The problem is most of the time they are not working correctly. If we are in a factory with the factory parts that are flawed, then they might fail to ignite the ignition coils on the car and it will go into gear and go out of control.
In this case, the ignition coil is not the problem. The problem is the ignition coil itself in the car. The ignition coil has a flaw, which is not a flaw of the manufacturer. In this case, it is a flaw in where the factory part is located.