For every internal combustion engine, spark is required in order to ignite air and fuel, creating power. To produce the energy necessary for the spark, an ignition coil (or coils) is required. If spark is not properly produced, poor or no engine performance will result. Bad ignition coil symptoms include a non-starting engine (non-combustion), poor engine performance, and low power. Ignition coil replacement cost can range anywhere from $10 to $1,000 each, depending on the engine and application.
When selecting a coil, it's important to match it to your vehicle and engine year, make, and model for factory applications, or the correct performance specifications for your custom ignition project.
JEGS offers a vast selection of ignition coils from brands like Accel, MSD Ignition, Walker Products, Pertronix, JEGS, and others. Each coil is built from high quality materials, components, and assembly to ensure the spark you need for the best engine performance.
MSD Ignition Red Blaster SS Coil For Electronic and MSD Ignitions [Brass Terminals]
JEGS High-Energy Ignition Coil for Breaker Points/Non-CD Electronic Ignition Systems [Red]
- 90-Degree Boot
- Mounting Hardware
MSD Ignition 82658 Blaster Series Ignition Coil Set for 2005-2013 GM Gen III LS Engines [Red]
- Fits LS2, LS3, LS4, LS7, LS9 Series
MSD Ignition 82748 Direct Replacement Ignition Coil Set for 2010-2017 Ford 6.2L V8 Boss Engine