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Old 11-15-2012, 02:59 AM   #1
Tu MaDRe
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Location: SAN JOAQUIN VaLLEY CA
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Think I got water in my coil pack

Excuse me if my title or I'm in the wrong section to post this thread but I did a quickkkkk little 2 second rinse (literary) from left to right probably less than 2 seconds in my engine bay. I dry the entire bay down after my half @$$ wash. I noticed my check engine soon light comes on soon as I started the car, so I decide to make a nearby pit stop to the smog shop since I was in the process of getting my vehicle smogged. The tech recommended I take the coil pack out and put them right back in. If all 6 coils are out? Can I just air hose all 6 cylinders and then put the car back together, hopefully my troubles go away from a follow up on a DIY SPARK PLUG page.

Could I get some advice ?

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