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Old 06-28-2013, 03:05 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Cool Coil pack ?

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i have a 1998 Cultus Crescent J18 , im having trouble finding a coil pack as mine needs replacing as my husband broke it pulling it off ,anyone know of a place that i can get a new one in NZ or anywhere online
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First - there are two coil packs in use with the J18 engines - a 2 wire coil pack and a 3 wire - you need to know which you have - look at the plug where the wire harness connects - how many pins do you see?

Second - the coil packs can be disassembled - there is the coil itself and a rubber lance or boot beneath it which can be detached - they are sold separately.

If you can't find what you need, Suzuki Australia might be a good place to check, however both should be available through SouthWest Suzuki in Texas, you car would be called a Suzuki Esteem with the 1.8 engine in the US.
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I assume that's a Japanese Domestic Model (JDM) it would usually be called a Baleno in NZ and Auz.
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