Ignition coils added to line-up

Ignition coils from NGK

Published:  08 July, 2013

NGK UK has added a major new product range to its portfolio. The company, known for its original equipment-quality spark plugs, glow plugs and NTK Lambda sensors, is introducing a range of ignition coils.

The launch, with more than 300 part numbers, will give the firm one of the most comprehensive ignition coils ranges available in the UK automotive aftermarket and will include a variety of coil types, from the classic cylinder coils, distributor coils and block ignition coils, to connector ignition coils and ignition coil systems.

A special part number system has been developed with the ignition coils range being divided into six categories. For each of these, distributors and workshops can work out in an instant how many ignition coils they need for a vehicle or how many ignition cables must be ordered if these also have to be replaced.

As well as the part number, the label on the pack will show an illustration of the ignition coil type contained, making it easier to find the required coil.

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