Ignition coil pack brand recommendation

Busterbrown

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Dec 4, 2011
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Anyone have a recommendation on coil pack brand? My truck has been throwing a misfire code to the #4 cylinder and it looks like it needs replacing. I checked the OS site for suggestions and found several threads referencing Duralast from Autozone (C1558). Price for this one is $79.00. Then on Advance Auto's site, they have an AC Delco (D1935E) listed for 39.99. So why the big price difference?
 

hdodd1

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Dec 3, 2011
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Check Rock Auto...I used the lest expensive one on my 06 TB and had no problem. It is an AC Delco for $27.xx.
 

Busterbrown

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Dec 4, 2011
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hdodd1 said:
Check Rock Auto...I used the lest expensive one on my 06 TB and had no problem. It is an AC Delco for $27.xx.

Thanks. I have a $10 off coupon code at AAP. The ignition coil will only cost $29 and I'll have a brick and mortar to walk back into if it fails. :biggrin:
 

Tofer76

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Dec 8, 2011
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Busterbrown said:
Thanks. I have a $10 off coupon code at AAP. The ignition coil will only cost $29 and I'll have a brick and mortar to walk back into if it fails. :biggrin:

i got all 6 of them for 125 on ebay brand new in box
been in for a while now and no issues yet
side note put in 8 new ebay coils in my ford over 150000mi ago and havent had any probs yet
 

'03EXT

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Dec 4, 2011
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I have replaced 4 of the originals so far with borg warner coil paks , just waiting for the other 2 to crap out.........so far the borg warners are holding up fine
 

MichEnvoyGuy

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Dec 3, 2011
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A year or two ago, my #4 coil fried b/c of the hood seal leak. Replaced it with the Duralast - looking back on it I cant believe I paid $70 for it, guess I got hosed because I see a lot of you report paying less for Delco & other respected name brands! :mad:
 

Busterbrown

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Dec 4, 2011
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Installed the new coil pack this morning and ran it around town on some errands. Trucks runs smoother now. Even a vibration I could feel in the gas pedal is no longer there. The usual #4 cylinder was the culprit. Cleaned the MAF sensor at the same time. Reset the PCM codes and it's back to running like a champ. :thumbsup:
 

Pittdawg

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Dec 5, 2011
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Busterbrown said:
Installed the new coil pack this morning and ran it around town on some errands. Trucks runs smoother now. Even a vibration I could feel in the gas pedal is no longer there. The usual #4 cylinder was the culprit. Cleaned the MAF sensor at the same time. Reset the PCM codes and it's back to running like a champ. :thumbsup:

I have pedal vibration. Does this mean it is a coil pack issue?
 

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