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Dodge was founded in 1900 by the Dodge brothers and originally supplied parts and assemblies for automakers in Detroit. But they have come a long way since then. While Dodge makes a number of vehicles they are most know for their muscle cars and sports cars. You love driving your Dodge Charger because of its speed and great performance. But in order for you to get your Dodge charger started you are going to need a small component which is crucial in this process, your Dodge ignition coil.

The Dodge ignition coil is an induction coil (electrical transformer used to produce high-voltage pulses from a low-voltage direct current supply) in the cars ignition system that transforms the battery’s low voltage to the thousands of volts needed to create an electric spark in the spark plugs to ignite the fuel. It is part of your Dodge’s ignition system. The Dodge ignition coil is made up of two coils, a primary coil and a secondary coil. The primary coil is wrapped up by the secondary coil, which has hundreds more turns of wire than the primary coil.

Modern Dodge ignition systems omit a distributor and ignition is electronically controlled. This means that smaller Dodge ignition coils are used with one coil for each spark plug or one coil that serves two spark plugs. These Dodge ignition coils may be remotely mounted or they may be placed on top of the spark plug. In the cases where one ignition coil serves two spark plugs it is through the wasted spark system where the coil generates two sparks per cycle to both cylinders. If the Dodge ignition coils are applied per cylinder they may all be contained in a single molded block typically known as a coil-pack.

So how do you know when it is time for a Dodge replacement ignition coil? Let’s look for some common signs. The first is your car not starting, the car may not run smoothly, and your check engine light is on. So make sure you get your Dodge ignition coil maintained, your mechanic should measure the resistance in the spark plug wires. If the wires have too much resistance this can cause the ignition coil to fail prematurely. If your Dodge ignition coil is malfunctioning it can cause damage to the ignition wires and spark plugs. Bad ignition coils can also severely damage the engine or the catalytic converter.

So if you see any of the signs above or your mechanic recommends that you get your Dodge ignition coils replaced then you should do so. Delaying getting a Dodge replacement ignition coil will only lead to more costly damage for you because your Dodge ignition system will suffer damage. We have your entire Dodge ignition coil online and ready to go, so call us today so we can get you the ignition coils that you need! All of our parts come with a one- year warranty and free shipping!