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Old 02-10-2015, 11:45 AM   #1
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V10 Ignition Coils

Hi have any of you guys out there changed your own Ignition Coils on a Class A Motorhome, If you have how hard are they to get at and any special tools needed, I'm a pretty good mechanic but have always like to ask other people that has done it.
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Easy peasy. I changed my spark plugs last year and is was a lot easier than I thought it would be. I had wobble extentions that made the front ones a bit easier.
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All you need is a 10 mm socket on a small ratchet. (two bolts) Apply a small amount of die-electric grease on the high voltage end.
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I replaced all 10 coils on my previous Ford V10 and was not too bad with regular tools. One coil was bad causing a slight miss under load. I changes plugs as well but
use caution installing, check for correct spark plug torque as the heads are aluminum.
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