Ignition Coil
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Intermotor Ignition Coil

Part No. E358 Warranty Details  
$69.99
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Intermotor® is a complete engine management import line that includes ignition and electrical relays, switches and sensors with a concentration on high technology categories such as computerized engine controls, fuel injection, and emission controls with coverage for every part number with an import nameplate. Intermotor® parts are unrivalled for quality, original fit, form, function, and coverage providing a genuine import part in every box. Intermotor® is the import leader by design.

Product Features:
  • Direct-fit OE replacement ensures proper fit, form, and function, which leads to a trouble-free installation
  • Designed and manufactured to our stringent quality standards at a certified facility, so you can install with confidence
  • Premium components and durable materials withstand harsh engine conditions to increase longevity and lifespan
  • Undergoes extensive testing and validation for proper performance and peak reliability
  • As a global manufacturer of automotive aftermarket products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process
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  • Q:

    How can I tell which coil is bad on my 2001 nissan pathfinder
    Asked on 9/2/2014 by Joe from Rockaway,NJ

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    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      Hi Joe, glad to help you! Symptoms of a bad ignition coil: An ignition coil that is completely dead will prevent the engine from starting or will stop the engine if the car is running at the time of failure. This is because no current will reach the spark plugs. An ignition coil that is failing will still provide current to the plugs, but it might not be enough for a full spark and the car will run sluggishly. If the current being provided by the coil isn't consistent, the car will run rough. Testing a ignition coil: Disconnect the battery and remove the coil before testing it. The repair manual for your make and model will give you the resistance specifications for your coil. To test the resistance of the primary coil, touch the leads of a multimeter to the smaller poles on the outside of the coil. If the reading matches up with the specs in your repair manual, the primary coil is functioning properly. To check the secondary coil, keep one of the leads attached to the 12-volt pole and attach the other to the big pole in the middle. Compare the results with the specifications in your manual.

      Answered on 9/3/2014 by Steve from AAP
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