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VIDEO: What Makes For A High-Quality Ignition Coil?

Less expensive ignition coils use resins that are less resistant to vibration, heat and endless heat cycles under the hood. Taking a risk on a cheap ignition coil from an unknown source can put an engine at risk. Sponsored by Blue Streak.

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No matter the style of the ignition coil, where it is mounted, or how many cylinders it provides with spark, all coils have zero moving parts and sealed. Less expensive ignition coils use resins that are less resistant to vibration, heat and endless heat cycles under the hood. Taking a risk on a cheap ignition coil from an unknown source can put an engine at risk. Sponsored by Blue Streak.

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