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    Hello guys, i own a Liana 2006 in a pretty good condition. I have not switched it to gas for the last 8 months i guess and drive on petrol. recently i felt it to be a little heavy on pick and speed and got it checked. the coils in the head of engine are almost expired and makes the plug burn(hope am explaining the problem correctly) Anyways the Suzuki central motor mechanic suggested to replace coils but it is very costly. can anyone suggest a way around or a place i could get used coils. One quoted the coils to be of 30K PKR.


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    the correct and genuine coils for this car are about 30,000/-

    is the engine not idling smoothly? does the ecu register a misfire code in the ECU? IMO - the correct way to test a coil is with a scope and an amp clamp on the 12V supply wire. This is because the coil power up transistor is inside the coil and cannot be tested, so the only other way is to test the amp pull.

    If you can find a technician who can do that then its good otherwise its a hawaee fire of Rs 30,000/-
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    Why so expensive, I think you can buy toyota coils for half as much....suzuki is always stupid, they sell mehran ignition coil for 8k....I got a new era coil for 1200
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    Donot buy 30,000 rupees coil i read somewhere on PW that someone bought JEC name igntion coils of liana for less than 5000 brand new and they are working fine...

    check this thread also :

    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/lia...erip-off-coila

    Link to JEC Ignition coil Liana:

    http://jiaercheng.en.gasgoo.com/auto...s/1405554.html

    The person whole experience is written in brackets:

    (If anyone is having problem with Liana coils, and he wants to change his coils, he may go for China coil Made by JEC(Company Name), i have visited company's website Ignition Coil For SUZUKI CW-724632, OEM Number CW-724632, VARKA1.1L, 33400-65G00, 33400-65G01, 33410-77E01, S7000067PG, HYUNDAI 9C 19-0370, SUZUKI-99 - Shanghai Jec Auto Parts Co., Ltd and i have recently installed this coil my liana and amazing performace so far. I have purchase this coil from Khan Motors Korangi Road Karachi , Rs.1800/- Each, He gives no warranty. On website you can check the details of its material used in coil, Enamelled wire from Germany. you can write to me on my email address nisarazeem@yahoo.com)
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    Kabli can be bought for around 5k. I bought a set with 10 daus warranty.
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    i have liana side coils which works best..installed on my liana as well..have a spare pair to sell..rs 4000..the gud thing is that the coils dnt heat up and dnt give up..using for past 2 years..both on petrol and cng..

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaleem42 View Post
    i have liana side coils which works best..installed on my liana as well..have a spare pair to sell..rs 4000..the gud thing is that the coils dnt heat up and dnt give up..using for past 2 years..both on petrol and cng..
    Can you post pics? Specially the connector. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    the correct and genuine coils for this car are about 30,000/-

    is the engine not idling smoothly? does the ecu register a misfire code in the ECU? IMO - the correct way to test a coil is with a scope and an amp clamp on the 12V supply wire. This is because the coil power up transistor is inside the coil and cannot be tested, so the only other way is to test the amp pull.

    If you can find a technician who can do that then its good otherwise its a hawaee fire of Rs 30,000/-
    @Xulfiqar. How about placing the coils outside the plug compartment?

    Also I am about to undertake a trip to northern areas by car. Were can I get my car checked? Tried 3S in vein.

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    Engine coils required -1593928

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    Engine coils required -1593929

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    Engine coils required -1593930

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    Engine coils required -1593931

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    Engine coils required -1593932

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    i have posted the picks..the coils are outside the engine head cover..with different connectors which are with the coils

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    Quote Originally Posted by margallar View Post
    Why so expensive, I think you can buy toyota coils for half as much....suzuki is always stupid, they sell mehran ignition coil for 8k....I got a new era coil for 1200
    Bro Toyota coil can't be used on liana they can be used but liana/baleno/lancer etc inshort every car running waste speak have to drives for ignition coil using toyota coils will overload ecu

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    Quote Originally Posted by car_bus2008 View Post
    Donot buy 30,000 rupees coil i read somewhere on PW that someone bought JEC name igntion coils of liana for less than 5000 brand new and they are working fine...

    check this thread also :

    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/lia...erip-off-coila

    Link to JEC Ignition coil Liana:

    Ignition Coil For SUZUKI CW-724632 DQ-2032, OEM Number CW-724632, VRKA1.1L, 33400-65G00, 33400-65G01, 33410-77E01, S37000067PG, 9C19-0370 - Shanghai Jec Auto Parts Co., Ltd

    The person whole experience is written in brackets:

    (If anyone is having problem with Liana coils, and he wants to change his coils, he may go for China coil Made by JEC(Company Name), i have visited company's website Ignition Coil For SUZUKI CW-724632, OEM Number CW-724632, VARKA1.1L, 33400-65G00, 33400-65G01, 33410-77E01, S7000067PG, HYUNDAI 9C 19-0370, SUZUKI-99 - Shanghai Jec Auto Parts Co., Ltd and i have recently installed this coil my liana and amazing performace so far. I have purchase this coil from Khan Motors Korangi Road Karachi , Rs.1800/- Each, He gives no warranty. On website you can check the details of its material used in coil, Enamelled wire from Germany. you can write to me on my email address nisarazeem@yahoo.com)
    Jec oils are cheap but they are of very shittt quality and are made of silver instead of copper

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    Quote Originally Posted by nakafi View Post
    @Xulfiqar. How about placing the coils outside the plug compartment?

    Also I am about to undertake a trip to northern areas by car. Were can I get my car checked? Tried 3S in vein.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaleem42 View Post
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    I saw those but I didn't want to mess with original wiring. I went for OEM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kaleem42 View Post
    i have liana side coils which works best..installed on my liana as well..have a spare pair to sell..rs 4000..the gud thing is that the coils dnt heat up and dnt give up..using for past 2 years..both on petrol and cng..
    Give me your contact number!

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