ACCEL High Performance Replacement Ignition Coils Customer Reviews
32 Customer Reviews
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That powerplant lurking under your hood doesn’t run on gas and oxygen alone. It takes a strong flash of electrical power to ignite the fire that fuels your speed addiction. Unfortunately, stock coils generate the bare minimum current your plugs need, and the smaller the charge the weaker the combustion. Electrify your ride’s voltage output with an ACCEL High Performance Replacement Ignition Coil.
Like harnessing the power of lightning and bolting it under the hood your car, truck or SUV, an ACCEL super coil cranks the juice up to the max. Because they’re packed with space-aged bobbin technology, silicone magnetic steel cores, optimal winding and a host of other cutting-edge designs that would make even NASA engineers drool, they have the strength to pump out 10-15% more power than an OE coil. And, that translates to more power in your gas pedal.
Leave the ohmmeters and oscilloscopes for the guys in white lab coats—you don’t need a degree in electrical engineering to jump start your ignition system with an ACCEL Super Coil. They’re completely custom made to directly replace your stock coil—no soldering, wire cutting or rewiring needed. And, ACCEL High Performance Replacement Ignition Coils come with a 90-day warranty.
32 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Edgar R (Odessa, TX) Reviewed for a 2003 Ford F-150 — Oct 30, 2013 8:59 PM
the coils did improve my truck's idling, i did jump around 625 to 650 rpms before the install, now it stays between 640 and 650 at a very constant pace. plus with a few other upgrades and programing, it did improve acceleration, but its only a bit noticeable.
Reviewed by Timothy V (FORT WORTH, TX) Reviewed for a 2006 Ford Mustang — Sep 05, 2013 7:22 AM
Searched all over the web for the best deal and found it here!!!! So, onto my review...I installed the new Accel coils and my Mustang came back to life with a Vengeance... My gas mileage is greatly greatly improved... My horsepower Is through the roof!!!! Thank you auto anything for a great deal thank you Accel performance for Giving me the best coils on the market
Reviewed by deitra d (MUSKEGON, MI) Reviewed for a 2005 Ford F-150 — May 09, 2013 4:56 AM
It took me about 45 minutes to put them in my truck and they brought my truck back to life and then some. I smoke the Chevy 5.3 litres and beat the 5.7 litres. I keep up with the hemi and the 6.2 fords cant beat th price either I get a discount at the parts store and they want 50 dollars a coil and i got all eight for under 250
Reviewed by Hanz S (seffner, FL) Reviewed for a 1999 Ford Mustang — Mar 05, 2013 3:43 PM
i buy 1 of this for my stang99 v6,dual exhust flow master,cold air intake,bbk headers.. I didnt fill any better have a better"throttel responce",like they said...also i have bbk65mm thrbody.. :) and 2nd only last about 2month, car start miss firing,when u stepp on gas to accelerate.. thnks a AUTOANYTHING THAT THEY REPLC. RIGHT AWAY! Only befit that i notice is that the idle is smooh,no RPM Jumping up & down...
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Asked by Matthew K.
Oct 21, 2013 7:58 PM
2007 Ford F-150
Hello, I have the FORD 2007 F150 4.6L Shortbed pickup. I've done the duel flowmasters and the K&N CAI and a Superchip. I would like to get these ACCEL coils next to install, but with all the junk on top these newer motors, I was wondering if anyone put them on your 4.6L and how are they installed? Did you run into any difficulties? I'm an old school hot-rodder and tryin to learn a little to beef up my truck.. Thanks in advance for any replies, M
Answered by Nathan S. — Oct 22, 2013 7:26 AM
Hi Matthew, Ford modular motors are really easy to work on, so this really is a 30 minute or less job. The ignition coils sit along the bottom edge of the intake manifold, towards the valve covers, with each being held in place by a single, tiny screw. Simply squeeze the clip-on harness connector on each coil and slide them off (you won't mess up the firing order, the harness ends won't reach far enough for you to mix them up). Remove each hold-down screw and gently pull each coil straight up and out. Put a little boot grease on your new coils and reinstall them in reverse order. Turn the key and go on your way.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Anonymous
Jul 22, 2013 5:02 PM
2006 Ford F-150
I've always heard that the only parts I should use in my truck are Motorcraft parts. My truck has 220K miles, and has that annoying, unfixable ticking that all 5.4 models are cursed with. I love the body style though, and wanting to possibly replace the part(s) that is causing the ticking. I don't want to put on parts that may be less reliable, so how does Accel compare to Motorcraft? Does a higher idle mean that it will burn more fuel? Thank you
Answered by Nathan S. — Jul 23, 2013 8:38 AM
Hi, Of course, the dealership will always tell you that their parts are the best. In many cases, it's simply not true. A good example: the leaky stock intake manifold, every-faulty ABS control module and commonly fogged-over third brake light on 1999-2004 mustangs. Sometimes, the manufacturer just can't get a part right. And, that's where aftermarket companies come in. They know what goes wrong with a a part and address those issues in their version. Accel makes decent ignition components with good reliability, so it's a safe bet. As far as issues go, your ticking sounds like hydraulic lifter tap or a very noisy fuel injector. Place a section of hose on your ear and the other end on each injector and multiple areas of the valve cover to localize the source of the noise. The high idle is most likely from a vacuum leak. It's a good idea to check the rubber hose from the valve cover to the back of the manifold and feel for a "gummy" section. Many Fords have issues with deteriorating rubber elbows on emissions tubing.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Anonymous
Jun 04, 2013 6:08 AM
2008 GMC Sierra
sixty bucks a pop x eight is a little pricey for coils. is there significant difference from stock to justify this investment? is it wise to change wires also to get the full benefit of new coils?
Answered by Nathan S. — Jun 05, 2013 1:42 PM
Hi, They're actually cheaper than then average non-performance replacement ignition coil. Your best bet is to following your manufacturers recommended service intervals and inspect the ignition components periodically before then.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Anonymous
Dec 06, 2012 11:31 AM
1994 Ford F-150
I have a 1994 Ford F150. How many ignition coils would I need? Thanks
Answered by Nathan S. — Feb 08, 2013 4:26 PM
Hi, The distributed motors take 1 coil.flag Accept Answer
Asked by j c.
Dec 30, 2011 11:08 AM
1998 Ford Taurus
What is the intensifier kit? Do I need it?
Answered by Nathan S. — Feb 08, 2013 4:31 PM
Hi J.C, Ford had two main V6 coils on their vehicles around that time, the 90 degree plug and the vertical plug. They are not interchangeable, so double check which one you have. If you have the vertical plug, this coil will work.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Tim D.
Dec 28, 2011 1:56 PM
1997 Chevy Malibu
Is the compatible with the 2.4L 4 cylinder engine? Trying to find out whether or not there are performance ignition coils made for the 4 cylinder. Getting 20mpg and trying to find ways to improve the mpg.
Answered by Nathan S. — Feb 08, 2013 4:34 PMflag Accept Answer
Asked by Anonymous
Dec 17, 2011 8:05 PM
1997 Jeep Wrangler
If I have the Pulstar plugs will the coil make much differance and vise versa.
Asked by tony s.
Dec 14, 2011 5:57 PM
2000 Pontiac Grand Prix
2000 gran prix will not turn fast enough to start motor had both starter and battery checked and both are good. car was running fine until i stopped and killed motor has not cranked since.do you think the coil is the problem? thank you.
Answered by eric h — Dec 17, 2011 9:12 PM 2000 Ford F-350
no bad ground probably your just grounding to the body run a new cable directly to engine from the batt.flag Accept Answer
Asked by leavy p.
Dec 09, 2011 10:10 AM
1997 Ford F-150
are these prices by the set or individual coils?
Answered by Michael K. — Dec 09, 2011 2:32 PM
Hey Leavy, that price is for a single coil pack. It looks like your truck has 2.flag Accept Answer