Q: Im replacing ignition coil but can i do it if motor still hot

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So my ignition coil is bad I'm trying to replace it but do I have to wait for the truck to cool down before I can change it out I was just driving it to go buy part

My car has 196854 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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