The ignition coil is composed of the main coil, secondary coil, magnetic core, switch transistor, and other auxiliary components. The main reasons for the damage to the ignition coil are as follows:
1. The external environment temperature is high: the air temperature is too high, causing the ignition coil to overheat, and it can be cooled slowly by dipping a cloth in water.
2. Overheating of the car engine: the installation part of the coil is too close to the heat source, and the heat dissipation is poor. The overheating fault should be eliminated, and the coil should be installed a little far away from the engine.
3. Improper wiring of the ignition coil and too high regulation voltage of the generator: The wiring error on the ignition coil causes the additional resistance to not work, causing the temperature of the coil to rise when the engine is at low speed; the voltage adjustment of the regulator is too high, and the primary current is too large, causing The output voltage increases and the coil heats up.
4. The ignition coil does not match the engine: when replacing the coil, it must be compatible with the vehicle model.
5. The coil is of poor quality or there is a short circuit between turns inside and generates heat: in the process of using the car, if you forget to turn off the ignition switch when you stop, and power on for a long time, the carbon particles in the center of the distributor will loosen and flash over for a long time, which will cause the ignition coil to overheat and wind up. Corrosion insulation or burst damage.