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Old 07-03-2014, 11:55 AM   Thread Starter #1
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I'm looking to have all 6 igntion coils replaced in my 07, and had a few questions I was hoping to get some info on. First, is it worth just replacing the coil boot, or the part with the spring inside, to save some cash? If not, are there good alternatives to oem coils? I've read the horror stories about buying knockoffs on ebay, so won't do that. I found the below on ebay advertised as Hanshin OEM coils, are these in fact OEM? Any advice and info is appreciated.

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Default Re: Advice needed on ignition coils

I just replaced mines these weekend. I got them off a 2014 Frontier that was parted out so they were essentially new. The OEM brand is Hanshin. I was confused an on the same boat until I took mines out to actually confirm.

I replaced them along with the spark plugs. I'll upload a pic of the coil pack so you can see it.
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And yes, I would 10000% go with OEM with these types of parts.

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Old 07-03-2014, 03:12 PM   Thread Starter #4
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Default Re: Advice needed on ignition coils

Originally Posted by EddyMaxx View Post
And yes, I would 10000% go with OEM with these types of parts.

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Thanks Eddie, the Hanshin part number in your pic are the ones they are selling on Ebay. Thanks for the help, always appreciated.
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Good to know.. Will look into to these.. Question..... Would 350z fuel injectors fit in our car..??
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Default Re: Ignition Coils

Any of you guys know which gaskets I'll need to buy to be replaced when the manifold and other parts are removed to get to the back ignition coils? My car has 125,000 miles on it, so figured better safe than sorry and that I'd have the gaskets replaced as well.
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Default Re: Ignition Coils

Following up in the below I had all 6 coils and plugs replaced. Car ran great for a day, then started misfiring and the whole car would shudder sporadically, then run fine again with a noticeable lack of power. Finally got a P0305 code, so I'm guessing the #5 coil is bad. Does anyone have a firing diagram for our cars? I couldn't find one online. I believe this is the right rear coil, but would like to confirm before replacing. Thanks.
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Rear Bank = 1/3/5
Front Bank = 2/4/6
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Rear Bank = 1/3/5
Front Bank = 2/4/6
Thanks for confirming, appreciate the help.
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No prob, bro.
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