Antifreeze shouldn't "short out" the coil. If everything was done correctly, and you didn't have any problems like this prior to the repair, my guess would be the wires are crossed. Any wire ends come off the coil end? Sensors all plugged in? How does it crank? Normal? Laboring? If it doesn't have a smooth rhythm to the cranking, I'd lean toward spark timing. To verify, unplug the coil packs and see if it sounds better when cranking. On a side note, changing the position on old wires can cause them to break internally and create "opens" in the wire. Hope this helps. Gerard
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