I'm just curious as to how a coil can act up sometimes and not be totally bad?
For instance, I have had the MSD Blaster coil on my car for I would say at least 5-6 yrs and I also have always kept the stock one in my trunk. Sometimes out of the blue, which is rare I might add, if for some reason my car dies for maybe a reason of me ****ing up on the clutch or something while in first gear or backing up going from 1st to rear or rear to 1st for instance, if it dies and I go to start it back, it will sit there and crank crank crank but not start and I can switch out the coil and the car will fire right up.
I can go on like that for a yr or more lol. Also to point out, if I swap out the coil, I can switch back maybe 10 minutes later and the one I just took off would then work . I just think its wierd and thought when those things go bad they are just bad?
95 V6 converted GT/SALEEN. Trick Flow heads, E cam, FR 1.6 Roller Rockers , Edelbrock Performer RPM 2 intake, 24 lb injectors, Mac shortie headers, Basani X-pipe with 2 chamber flowmasters, 3.55 gears, MSD 6AL with coil, subframe connectors, Mac Rear UCA'S/LCA'S, Hotchkis Caster Cambers, 18x9 and 18x10 inch saleen wheels with 265 35's on front and 295's on rear.