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Old 06-07-2006, 05:20 AM
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coil pack question

sup all, I got a couple bad coil packs on my car. I have been pricing coil packs and see that they can be kind of pricey. My question is would a coil pack for a 2005 altima V6 work on my 02 altima V6. Only reason why I ask is when i go to site that sells the coil packs they want to know when the cars manufuctures date. I think they would fit I mean same car same engine. what you guys think..
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Old 06-07-2006, 05:31 AM
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I would say yes they should work, don't know any reason why they wouldn't
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they should work. in my opinion i would change the packs together and just save the good ones for the future to be safe.
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where can i find a good price for the coilpacks? cause they are pricey.
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just make sure you lube the gasket before you install it so it won't leak
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best price is drivewire.com has them for like 54.00 with free shipping
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the valve cover should be good, you should just need to replace the gasket and torque it correctly
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Old 06-08-2006, 01:32 PM
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nah i have oil on my sparkplugs... a lot. My cousin has a 02 3.5 maxima and his car did the same thing, i called the guy that worked on it a he explained to me that the o rings in the valve cover go bad and the only way to change them is to change the valve cover
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