Ignition coil failure on 2009 Toyota Corolla

It's a rainy day and my engine light came on. I got code p90352 ignition coil b primary/secondary circuit malfunction. Vehicle runs fine. Is it safe to drive? Is it difficult to replace whatever part I need? Any help would be awesome! Thank You. God Bless America!

by in Norristown, PA on April 29, 2013
1 answer
ANSWER by on April 29, 2013
Should not be a problem driving it as long as the engine is running ok. However you should have a mechanic do a scan test to check ignition system, code reader can't do this. Coil on plug is not hard to change, problem is which of the four is at falt? Thanks for serving, USA.
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