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Screamin' Demon Coil Pack


daniel3507

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I got a screamin demon coil pack over the weekend for my truck and put it on and gapped the plugs to .065 like it says but my truck wouldn't start. Is the position where each plug goes different on the screamin demon from the oem one. When I tried starting it it felt like it wasnt firing in the right order.

Thanks Pat
Should be the same. Double check that you got it in the right order and your plug gap.
 


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I double checked everything and it still wouldn't start. I think I'm just going to exchange it for another one. I have know clue why it wouldn't work.
 

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yeah sounds like a defect mine started right up when i put it on and had noticeable improvement power gains (mostly highway speeds)and idle.
 

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check your firing order and where your wires are at you may have crossed them up. and check your harness plug in for your coil pack. maybe a loose connection somewhere.
 

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Try closing the gaps a little. If the plugs cant handle that big of a gap they wont be able to jump it, this could be what's wrong with you truck
 

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Hopefully he's got it figured out since he had this problem a year ago haha
 


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