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There are many parts that all play a role in your Cadillac ignition system, and one of them is the ignition coil. On engines with the older style mechanical distributor, there is a single coil that is used to store an extremely high amount of voltage and release it on demand to the distributor and then to the appropriate spark plug. For engines with an ignition control module, the ignition coil will either distribute the spark to all the plugs through separate lead wires, or one will sit right on top of each plug and charge it directly. Either way, your Cadillac will eventually need it replaced after a few million sparks.
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