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Old 11-20-2011, 01:05 PM
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I had the same problem. of course this happened on a Sunday and my only choices were Autozone and Oreillys. Autozone did not have any rubber boots. They didnt even show a dual coil pack for my truck. Oreills didnt have any rubber boots as well and the only dual coil pack they had in there system was for an 08 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Same coil as on an 08 1500. As of Mon . I went to the dealer only to find out they did not offer just the rubber boots. Ended up getting a coil Pack. However I did manage to repair the coil pack I damaged. I took a peice of Fuel line that was about the same size and used a Dremel tool and grinding stone the same dia. of the plug. Ground out the hose took the top part of the old boot and siliconed it to the coil. It worked great. Drove it a week before I got my new coil. This is only a temparary fix. I still have it for next time. I did however lubricate the hell out of the boots before Iput them back on.
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