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Denso Ignition Coil Reviews


denso coils

Reviewed By john d (chapin, SC) Reviewed for a 2006 Ford F-150 —4/12/2017 10:37 AM

Worked like a champ.

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Beck Arnley Ignition Coil Reviews


Installed 6 ignition coils

Reviewed By James M (Hazen, ND) Reviewed for a 2006 Toyota Avalon —2/3/2017 8:29 PM

Have not driven many miles so far but they are performing very well.

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Bosch Ignition Coil Reviews


Bosch Ignition coil

Reviewed By Daryll M (Los Angeles, CA) —1/26/2017 8:12 AM

I knew when I purchased the coil I was getting a very good product. Bosch products are made in Germany so I knew it would a perfect match for my BMW. In terms of performance, I can't say that I can telll any difference from the original.

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    2015

    How to Choose the Best Ignition Coils

    Looking to upgrade your ignition coil? Find out everything you need to know when choosing the best ignition coil for your year, make and model.

  • Jan

    2015

    Read & Discuss Ignition Coils Reviews and Customer Ratings

    Know before you buy! Read customer reviews about Ignition Coils or ask our Product Experts.

  • Dec

    2012

    How an Ignition Coil Works: Learn What It Does & When to Replace It

    There are so many different car and engine parts, it’s nearly impossible to keep track of what each one does. And, unless you’re a mechanic, you don’t really need to. But, when you have to spend your hard-earned money (and usually lots of it) to replace these parts, sometimes it’s nice to know what they do. I mean, do you really need ignition coils? Well, unfortunately, the answer is yes. But, after reading this quick summary of how ignition coils work, hopefully you’ll have a better understanding of ignition coils and their importance in your commute.