The key to making sure that your vehicle starts and runs just as it did when it first rolled out of the factory? An original ignition. At your end of the system, the process is fairly simple. You insert your key into the ignition switch and turn it. If you have a newer model, you might not even need to do that as a simple push of the start button achieves the same thing. It's under the hood where all of the connections take place, though. The battery holds the juice needed start things off. Along with the starter solenoid and an ignition coil, it sends an electric charge to the engine cylinder head. There, the spark plugs capture that charge and use it to ignite the air/fuel mix inside your engine block. The engine responds, your pistons pump, and momentum keeps things humming along.
Take Charge with an OEM Ignition
Ignition parts don't last forever, though. If your vehicle has trouble starting, that could be due to a faulty ignition. Other signs include flickering dashboard lights, a dead starter motor, or stalling. To be sure that your ignition system is the source of the trouble, use a code reader. If it reports back that you need an authentic ignition or specific ignition parts, they're easy to find at our auto parts department. We only carry the genuine deal, straight from the manufacturer and guaranteed to work with your model. Order yours online and save!
Transmissions: 9-Spd... More Notes
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