Reviewed By Daniel S (Saint Paul, MN) Reviewed for a 2002 Saturn S-Series —1/12/2019 2:46 PM
My car keeps stalling, decided on an upgrade, noticable better performance
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Reviewed By Rebecca R (Charlotte, NC) Reviewed for a 2007 Honda Fit —12/19/2018 8:15 PM
Outfreakingstanding! My 2007 Honda Fit started having issues about 18 months ago. Felt like a misfire but no TSBs, no recall, and Honda dealership and other private Honda mechanic were unaware of any issues. Many msg boards referenced coil pack issue. Got this one because is OE and while pricier had excellent reviews. SOOO glad I did. Car now runs like a top. No sputter, hesitation, or "chugging". Getting ready for another road trip and this one will a real pleasure. Thanks!
Reviewed By Scott B (NESBIT, MS) Reviewed for a 2011 Ford F-150 —11/28/2018 2:16 PM
They replacement ignition coil looked identical to the current one. It was an easy install and fixed my engine missing. I shopped around and Autoanything was much cheaper than anyone else.
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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.