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Did you know that Chrysler’s ignition systems differ slightly in their design and make in comparison to other ignition system used in many cars in today’s markets? As a result, common mistakes tend to occur when trying to replace or repair these parts. Fortunately, our inventory is filled with all the essential parts needed to get your ignition system back and running in perfect condition. Your Chrysler vehicle has one of three ignition models: DI, EI, or EI-COP. Regardless of which model you have, one key thing is certain; all of these models require Chrysler ignition coils.

Is your car having trouble starting; does it often times misfire and trigger your check engine light? This can be annoying; it is quite possible that you may have a problem with your ignition system, specifically your ignition coil. Your Chrysler ignition coil is a crucial component in your ignition system and can be easily replaced. Your ignition system is made up of 4 parts: ballast resistor, ignition coil, distributor, and an electronic control module (ECM). Together all these components enable your car to turn on and work properly.

The ballast resistor gives the necessary voltage to the ignition coil when the ignition switch is running. The ignition coil is also referred to as a spark coil; it is an induction coil in your ignition system. This coil allows your vehicle to convert low voltage into high voltage. The Distributor is responsible for sending high voltage from the ignition coil to spark plugs. The electronic control module (ECM) serves as a power amplifier that regulates the primary coil voltage, it distributes high voltage. All these parts rely on each other to draw power; therefore, they need to be in good condition.

If you are wondering whether or not your Chrysler ignition coil is the source of your problem, please read our article symptoms of bad ignition coils. If needed, please make the necessary arrangements to replace your broken or worn out product. If your Chrysler ignition coils are not replaced promptly they can have severe consequences on your vehicle. They can damage the catalytic converter, creating additional problems to your ignition system. It will increase your cost and repair time. So please get your vehicle inspected and repaired as soon as possible.

If you would like to personally replace your Chrysler ignition coils, we advise you to watch our short video; it will provide you with step-by-step instructions. All of our ignition coils are guaranteed to fit and are ready for purchase. When replacing your Chrysler ignition coils, it is wise to purchase a Chrysler ignition coil set because usually when one fails the rest are soon to fail as well. For inquiries regarding pricing please refer back to our website, where you will find them at a great price! They are easy to order and easier to replace.