Has anyone tested there coils to see if they are staying on? has anyone had there car diagnosed with a coil remaining on situation. if so which coil remained on (cyl 1,2,3,4?) ????
Info is in the detailed recall posted somewhere on this site. But your service advisor could give you more Information .What is the criterion for "damage"? A DTC after they have failed?
If a coil is "cooked" it's only a matter of time until it fails. They can look for cracks and burn marks, but that's it. If it flawlessly works on-site with no visible damage, back out it goes.I been trying to stay positive and handle things like this through the appropriate channels. Part of me has the odd feeling that for all the things they "dont know" or "cant diagnose", as soon as my car is at 36001 miles, they will have all the answers and know exactly what to replace or fix (for a cost of course since warranty will be up...)
So if anyone knows how to check the coils at home, please do share. Maybe there is a test procedure in the factory service manual or something? I just cant trust that they have done their due diligence in all aspects of the recall.
I had mine looked at in October 2019 for what I think is the exact same thing.>>>>