Yup, just as the title states it.
Pictures tell the tale, for the most part.
I JUST finished doing an alternator swap. Fired up the motor to see if it was a successful swap. It was. It took about 30 seconds to smell the burning electrical components.
I was on the passenger side, front wheel, admiring my handy work. Then I got my first sent, of a problem. While I was dashing over to turn the engine off, I noticed a good size plum of white smoke coming from the driver side front wheel well. I cut the engine, pop the hood, and was in shock! Luckily, no actual flames.
I spent an hour trying to get the other half of the coil pack out of the cylinder... It's still stuck in there.
My options are limited, but that's my story of the day. Overall, I'm sure it was just a old pack. I have slowly been replacing all of the packs. Luckily, I already had the replacement on hand. But I still have to get the old one out, first.
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