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    Coil pack keeps lifting

    Hey guys, I'm having an issue with my coil pack lifting on one of the cylinders. I took the ski in for service and they found a blown head gasket that was changed through warranty.

    I took it out today and the pack is still lifting up while I ride, what could be the cause of this? There are new spark plugs in the ski, and it seems to be only one coil pack that doesn't feel snug on the plug.

    This is on an rxp x, 2008


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    some coil packs need the nut which comes with the spark plug, many people only screw the nut on by hand then it falls off, so the coil pack rides up, check the rest of the plugs to see if they have the nut

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    i fixed the coil pack issue, hopefully....it doesnt lift anymore while on the hose. ill water test tomoro

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    Was it the nut-thingy on the spark-plug top then?

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    no, i replaced the coil pack with a spare i found

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