Your Mercedes-Benz dealership isn't the only place to locate the best repair parts to fix your 280SE. You bought your 280SE because its a reputation for strength and European styling agreed with your nature; so why would you settle for second rate when it comes to great quality auto parts? When your Mercedes-Benz 280SE left the factory, it was destined for a driver who wants German engineering in their automobile. Obviously, you bought your 280SE because you understood you would be getting long-lasting quality and a trusted brand both rolled up into one car, truck, or SUV.
Without the properly working ignition timing system developed for the internal combustion engine, our engines would have to be all electric. One long-lasting component in your engine that will not last forever is your ignition coil. If you have electronically controlled ignition that uses an engine control module, then you have an ignition coil pack or an ignition coil for each cylinder in your Mercedes-Benz 280SE. If you have mechanically timed ignition that uses a distributor, then you will only have one ignition coil.. But no matter how many ignition coils you have, they have a finite number of sparks. If just one Mercedes-Benz 280SE ignition coil fails, then you will get fewer (if any) detonations and your engine will be robbed of power and efficiency.
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