Reviewed By Jason K (Santee, CA) Reviewed for a 2013 Chevy Traverse —6/14/2018 8:30 PM
They shipped out the product quickly as promised. Plus the parts were easy to install.
Reviewed By Ankit B (Escondido, CA) Reviewed for a 2006 Lexus GS 300 —3/28/2018 7:42 AM
I had Error Code PO302 indicating a misfire on cylinder #2. This was an OEM replacement for my Lexus so I ordered it along with a Denso Iridium Spark plug. It was very easy to install and fixed the error code along with restoring power to normal. I'm very thankful AutoAnything had this part- I was able to complete the repair for around $100 while the Lexus dealer tried to replace all 6 coils for a cost of $1100.
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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.