Direct Ignition Coil
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Beck/Arnley Direct Ignition Coil

Part No. 178-8276 Warranty Details  

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Engineered with premium materials. 100% tested and inspected. Direct OE replacement.
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Adjustable Mounting Bracket Included:No
Ballast Resistor Included:No
Coil Wire Included:No
Crank Trigger Pickup Included:No
Maximum Voltage:33000 v
Peak Current:8.1 A
Primary Circuit Resistance:0.59 Ohms
Secondary Circuit Resistance:6600 Ohms
Set:No

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Beck/ArnleyDirect Ignition Coil
 
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from Lexington Park MD

About Me Auto Enthusiast

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Pros

  • Easy To Install

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Beck/Arnley Direct Ignition Coil:

      Bought this coil to fix a misfire in my E53. It worked for about 2 days and failed me. Moved it to another cylinder and yes, it was the coil. Junk. I will not buy this brand ever again.

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      from MD

      About Me Mechanic

      Pros

        Cons

        • Failed

        Best Uses

        • Gathering Dust On A Shelf

        Comments about Beck/Arnley Direct Ignition Coil:

        I purchased this coil for my E39 because I was in a pinch. It's list price is barely cheaper than a BMW coil, and it only lasted 8 months/12,000 miles; outside of the 90 day warranty, and I'm back in the same place as before only short $60.
        I replaced the other coils with Bosch and they are fine. It's branded in a Beck/Arnley box, but says Meyle on the coil, which is made in China.

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        • Q:

          Hi, just want to know and make sure that coils pack from a 2001 325ci would fit my car 2001 330ci? pls let know because im buying them at a great deal but want to make sure they are compatible.
          Asked on 9/21/2010 by Anonymous

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            A:

            I am showing that it will fit.

            Answered on 9/21/2010 by Mike from AAP
        • Q:

          When my mechanic says, "You need an ignition coil pack for one of your cylinders" is this the part he's talking about? He said that the bad ignition coil pack is causing the engine to run on 5 instead of 6 cylinders.
          Asked on 3/19/2010 by GLongworth from Hickory NC

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            A:

            Yes, this is the type of coil pack that they mechanic is talking about. This should be the exact part for your vehicle as long as the vehicle information was put in correctly.

            Answered on 3/19/2010 by Mike from AAP
          • A:

            no, this is not the correct part.

            Answered on 5/10/2012 by Tompi from Tallahassee, FL
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