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Is the manifold easy enough to remove and replace for a novice, to change an ignition coil and is there a way of checking which coil needs replacing before or after the manifold has been removed. Without diag tool.

Also I have reserved this at euro car parts, will it be ok to use.
Ignition CoilPart No.: 413745171

Thanks in advance for your replies.
 
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They're a bit of grief alright. Best get a garage to do it.

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3.0l v6

Ok thanks for the advice.

Do you know if this engine is Peugeot built, or is it another manufacturers engine and is used in other cars?
 

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Cool. Cheers.

I have found a walkthrough video which shows how to remove the manifold, and feel confident I can follow this to enable me to change the coil.
Is there a way to find which coil is faulty before commencing work, without a Peugeot diagnosis tool.
 

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Cool. Cheers.

I have found a walkthrough video which shows how to remove the manifold, and feel confident I can follow this to enable me to change the coil.
Is there a way to find which coil is faulty before commencing work, without a Peugeot diagnosis tool.
Can anyone help with this, was hoping to tackle this on Wednesday as I have day free. But need to know which sensor I'm replacing before buying one.
 
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