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Lincoln Ignition Coil

Great Lincoln vehicles need great parts... obviously.

If a part on your Lincoln has failed and needs to be replaced, then we're the place for you. When a Ignition Coil malfunctions it can result in a very unpleasant experience for almost anyone. If you have a lot of love for a Lincoln, you should recognize that maintaining it in good working order is crucial. People who care about their Lincoln will know that only the most reliable Ignition Coil parts are the only ones that mechanics trust on their car, truck, or SUV.

Driving with broken Ignition Coil is a bad idea.

The ignition system in your Lincoln has many different parts that all plat a vital role, and one of them is the ignition coil. For older engines with a 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. On new engines with timed/electronically-controlled ignition, the ignition coil will either receive current from the engine control unit and send it through spark plug wires to each plug, or one will sit right on top of each plug and charge it directly. Either way, your Lincoln will eventually need it replaced after a few million sparks.

The CPD advantage.

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