Reviewed By Paul N (Fullerton, CA) Reviewed for a 2004 BMW 3-Series —7/30/2016 9:29 PM
Purchased six ignition coilds Because all of them need to be replaced if anyone of them is bad. Car is running AWESOME!!
Reviewed By Steven D (MURFREESBORO, TN) Reviewed for a 1986 Ford Thunderbird —10/4/2014 10:17 AM
The Flame Thrower HC coil and the Flame Thrower ignition module for my stock application with the Ford factory 2.3 liter 4 cylinder multi-fuel injected turbocharged ran to lean, missed and cutout. For a modified application of my engine needing a hotter spark it would be great. The factory coil after researching is 40,000 volts, so I have ordered the Flame Thrower TFI for Ford ignitions rated at 50,000 volts, Pt.# D3003.
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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.