Recommending OE-Quality Ignition Coils

Recommending OE-Quality Ignition Coils

Your customers need an OE-quality replacement coil that's designed to withstand extreme operating conditions.

When you’re recommending replacement ignition coils, the stakes are high for your customers. 

Cheap, low-quality ignition coils can result in uneven or rough idle with misfires; considerable drop in performance; and an increase in fuel consumption. They can cause damage to the oxygen sensor and catalytic converter and can cause excessive exhaust emissions. counterfeits can run hot and can even catch fire.  And cheap copies can deliver excessive voltage to the ECU, ultimately destroying it.

Your best bet is to recommend an ignition coil from a supplier with proven OE experience and a full range of ignition components. 

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