DENSO expands range of OE-quality ignition coils
DENSO has expanded its range of OE-quality ignition coils as part of its flourishing Engine Management Systems (EMS) programme, which also includes Mass Air Flow Sensors, Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) Valves and Fuel Pumps.
There are now 18 part numbers in the Ignition Coil range, 10 of which are new, covering 46 OE part numbers and more than eight million vehicles.
Vehicles covered by the range extension include:
- Chevrolet Lacetti, Matiz & Nubira,
- Daewoo Matiz & Tico (95-00),
- Hyundai Accent (05-10) Accent (94-00), Accent (99-05), Coupe (01-09), Elantra (00-06), Getz, Grandeur (01-05), i30 CW, Matrix, TerraCan, Tucson & XG
- Kia Cee’d, Cerato (04-), Opirus, Picanto, Pro Cee’d, Sorento (02-), Sportage (04-).
DENSO Ignition Coils are designed to withstand extreme temperatures, resist oil and provide a water tight seal to achieve consistent, high energy output.
The range includes four types of coil: the Coil on Plug (COP) for dual spark in a distributor-less system, Ignition Coil Block, the Distributor Coil and the Stick Coil, which when introduced was the car industry’s first, compact, stick type ignition coil.
All types of coil are small and lightweight, with an innovative compact driving circuit integrated into the top of the coil. Easy to install, the cylindrical ignition coil can be installed directly into the plug hole, saving previously ‘dead’ space.
As with all DENSO products, its Ignition Coils are highly reliable. Their advanced design ensures a reliable high temperature, suppresses noise and eliminates phantom misfires. The coil’s magnetic efficiency also generates a high voltage faster, thereby saving energy.
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