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Old 09-09-2011, 08:49 AM
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Have a bad coil pack on the car with 110,000 miles, figured I would just replace of them, since I have heard they wear with age. Anyone know the best and cheapest place to buy a set of this for the car, I have them at Z1auto:

http://www.z1auto.com/prodmore.asp?m...mt&prodid=3430
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this is the cheapest I have found them for
http://www.autopartswarehouse.com/de...EPI504606.html
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Nice find Cridda!

<----saves that for future
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thats a great price! quoted for link retention

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this is the cheapest I have found them for
http://www.autopartswarehouse.com/de...EPI504606.html
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Try RockAuto.com as well. They had the best pricing on coils for my Maxima and even better pricing if you bought them in packs of 3. Then Google RockAuto coupon and you'll find sites with a code for another 5% off.

Google shopping is a good quick way to find deals too, just google "2003 350z ignition coil" or whatever part you're looking for and find the Shopping link...
https://encrypted.google.com/search?...w=1440&bih=785

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Originally Posted by CRIDDA View Post
this is the cheapest I have found them for
http://www.autopartswarehouse.com/de...EPI504606.html
$41 off if you buy six, total shipped is $226.11
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rockauto is cheap. love that place. no one can ever price match them.
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Originally Posted by mw9 View Post
$41 off if you buy six, total shipped is $226.11
how did u get 226? i got this:
Replacement Ignition Coil 2004 Nissan 350Z Performance 6 Cyl 3.5L Part #: REPI504606 In stock

Warranty Info :
$44.62 Update Remove
FREE Ground Shipping
2nd Day and Overnight Shipping Options Available $267.72

did u use any discount code or what?

pm me the link for the $226. thanks.
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Originally Posted by R3belzBRN View Post
how did u get 226? i got this:
Replacement Ignition Coil 2004 Nissan 350Z Performance 6 Cyl 3.5L Part #: REPI504606 In stock

Warranty Info :
$44.62 Update Remove
FREE Ground Shipping
2nd Day and Overnight Shipping Options Available $267.72

did u use any discount code or what?

pm me the link for the $226. thanks.
http://www.autopartswarehouse.com/ba...em_id=18623809
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Old 09-14-2011, 06:23 AM
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done bro =) btw whats the different between this and other OEM parts thats cost almost $100.. is it worth to buy the replacement parts or oem parts?
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btw i found $10 cheaper... same parts number..
http://www.racepages.com/products/?N...+Ignition+Coil
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just buy one out of the classified section here, no need to buy 6 if only 1 is bad
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I'm still surveying the replacement coils.\ The manufacturers I have found are:

Hanshin-
Beck/Arnley (Rockauto)-
Airtex (Rockauto)-

and lastly: Replacement OE (racepages). have u guys ever heard about it? how is the quality? any reviews about it?

so any advice? Has anyone had to replace their coils and what type and from who did you purchase them?

neways here are the product info about the replacement.

Product Info

Description:

Replacement Ignition Coils

Fire up at the right time, at the right intensity with this brand new Replacement Ignition Coils.

Avoid the hassle of misfires, poor running and reduced fuel economy! Change your ignition coil if necessary. Replacement brand has the right aftermarket part for you. All items are built to match OE specifications for exact fit and OE output performance; Supplied by ISO-9001 and QS-9000 manufacturing facility. Replacement Ignition Coils are available in different OE-matched designs and precise specific parts and ratings for accurate, maintenance-free operation.

Get it going and keep it running! Get your brand new OE ignition coils from Replacement!

Replacement brand parts are the most affordable solution for all of your replacement needs! Replacement specializes in body parts and lighting products; it also stocks a wide array of Original Equipment (OE) quality electrical, brakes, suspension, intake, exhaust, cooling and heating parts. Unlike more expensive items from your dealer, the brand new parts we offer are the most economical in the market and are the perfect replacement for your old, broken or damaged OEM parts. Best of all, all Replacement brand items are backed by a 1-year, unlimited-mileage warranty.

100 percent factory-tested for reliable and long-term performance
OE-specified spark voltage and primary resistance
Backed by a 1-year, unlimited-mileage warranty

Specifications:

Anticipated Ship Out Time: 1-2 business days
Design: Coil pack
Product Fit: OE replacement
Type: Standard
Warranty: 1-year, unlimited-mileage warranty
Wire Attachment Style: Male

Fits: Please select a vehicle above to see if this part fits or view all vehicles this item fits.
thanks in advance!
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i've had bad luck running aftermarket coils on both a qx4 and a maxima. id recommend getting oem coils, but they are pricier.
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Lightly used off my spare block...dirt cheap, you will not find a better deal

https://my350z.com/forum/engine/5269...ers-oh-my.html
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Originally Posted by the_coupe View Post
i've had bad luck running aftermarket coils on both a qx4 and a maxima. id recommend getting oem coils, but they are pricier.
yeah, the OEM is around 100+ a piece. but they did tend gave up after almost 100K. my fren changed it twice on his 03 Z.

how many miles on the aftermarket coils? who manufacture it? thats what m worries me. lols.
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Originally Posted by Stock2Autocrozz View Post
Lightly used off my spare block...dirt cheap, you will not find a better deal

https://my350z.com/forum/engine/5269...ers-oh-my.html
check ur post bro =)

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Originally Posted by CRIDDA View Post
this is the cheapest I have found them for
http://www.autopartswarehouse.com/de...EPI504606.html

Just got them in the mail, MADE IN CHINA

Are the original ones from Japan?
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wow, no wonder its cheap. how is the quality of the item? have u install it? how is the fitting and its material?

still waiting for ur review or else i might be getting:
Beck/Arnley (Rockauto)-
Airtex (Rockauto)- cost about 50+ each..
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i hate to bring up an old thread but im in the same issue now. im getting misfires so im guessing the coils are gone bad. any new info on this?
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