I hate to hear that! We have owned one for years. I had one coil go bad, and the others are the original and working perfect. Also, I have worked on many of these. Never have I seen a need to replace all of them. I think the most I ever did was two.
Has the check engine light come on this time? Did they check the crankshaft sensor? Also, if the check engine light didn't come on, I recommend checking the fuel pump pressure. I left you the how to link on one of my other postings.
Let me know if the light is on before doing anything else. I'll do my best to help you figure this out and it won't cost anything but your time and maybe a part or two.
Let me know.
Sunday, September 13th, 2020 AT 1:26 PM