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United Motor Products Offers Ignition Coils, Coil-On-Plug Assemblies And Related Components

UMPUnited Motor Products now offers a complete product line of ignition coils, coil-on-plug assemblies and related components. The line includes overage for domestic, import and European applications, including passenger car and light truck vehicles.

UMP coils incorporate 100% virgin copper windings, and are vacuum filled, utilizing the highest dielectric strength epoxy and PBT impact resistant housings, said the company.

UMP also offers a complete coil-on-plug boot and spring kit program, utilizing the
same high-quality components and product coverage.

UMP high quality materials ensure a long lasting, dependable repair.

All products provide a one-year warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.

The product line is competitively priced and available for immediate shipping!

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