Ignition Wire Set Replacement Cost
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Ignition wire failure can be caused by failures elsewhere in the ignition system. The ignition coils and spark plugs should be thoroughly inspected and tested.
We recommend replacing the ignition wires if they have more than 60,000 miles on them and especially if other ignition components are being replaced.
Oil or coolant leaks can damage ignition wires. To prevent reoccurring problems, the leaks will need to be repaired along with the ignition wires.
Failing ignition wires can cause the engine to run roughly or a lack of power upon acceleration.The Check Engine Light will often flash when the engine is misfiring—continuing to drive under these conditions can damage the catalytic converter.