misfire 5th cylender code coilpacks can i change them without removing manifold? also only transportation for my family ,what's mist damage i can do driving it till i can afforf to fix it?

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Number five cylinder is on the back of the engine, driver side I belive. I would avoid driving it as it can cause damage to catalytic converter. Replacing the coil itself is not hard. Getting to the coil is another story. In that engine, I belive the intake manifold may have to come out. Not sure without looking at it.

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