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How to Replace Ignition Coils and Spark Plugs 2003-07 Cadillac CTS

Created on: 2019-11-04

Ignition coils help your vehicle's engine run efficiently, cleanly, and smoothly. Rough running, lower than expected mileage, or trouble codes are sure signs that it's time to replace yours. And, since worn spark plugs can damage ignition coils, it's best to replace those at the same time. How to install new, quality, TRQ ignition coils, and new spark plugs, on your 2008-13 Cadillac CTS.

Tools needed

  • 13mm Socket

    Torque Wrench

    8mm Wrench

    18mm Socket

    10mm Wrench

    5/8 Inch Spark Plug Socket

    Brake Parts Cleaner

    Engine Oil

    Pick

    Dielectric Grease

    Flat Blade Screwdriver

    Air Compressor

    10mm Socket

    Ratchet

    Cloth Rags

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