Sure, good looks makes Mercury unique, but performance is what makes them loved. But when something breaks you have to replace it by using the best replacement Ignition Coil parts possible. When a Ignition Coil breaks it can translate into a really unpleasant experience for almost anyone. If you started to hear some unusual sounds and your Mercury needs some parts replaced, then we've got what you are looking for. Seeing that you operate a Mercury, you should learn that keeping it running well is paramount.
The ignition system in your Mercury has many different parts that all plat a vital role, and one of them is the ignition coil. For older engines with a distributor, the voltage that is sent to each plug through the distributor is first generated and stored in a single coil. 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 Mercury will eventually need it replaced after a few million sparks.
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