China Distributor Ignition Coils Manufacturers

The distributor ignition coils of Zhejiang Jiaercheng Auto PartsManufacturers have a wide variety of products and a complete range of specifications, which are suitable for various car models.
High-temperature resistance
Use high-quality materials to achieve the best weight-to-volume ratio
Easier installation and better performance
All JEC ignition coils are built to achieve or exceed OE specifications and are known industry-wide for their reliability and performance. JEC ignition coils convert low voltage into high ignition system voltage, creating an electric spark sent to the spark plugs which ignites the fuel.
Key Features
• Meets or exceeds OEM specification
• Excellent mechanical stability and corrosion protection
• Direct fit application
• Lower fuel consumption and reduced exhaust emissions for your vehicle
• Ensures reliable voltage for smooth engine performance
Raw materials introduction
• Plastics conform to BASF standards in Germany
• Enameled copper wire is from ELEKTRISOLA Germany
• The Ignition module is from SANKEN Japan and ON Semiconductor USA

Enterprise Strength

JEC is Committed in the Distributor Ignition Coils industry over the past two decades to research and innovation

Established in 2000, JEC is a Distributor Ignition Coils manufacturer specializing in the research & development of Distributor Ignition Coils. With a modern Distributor Ignition Coils factory building covering an area of 30000m2, the automatic production line and advanced testing equipment, JEC can achieve an annual output of over 9 million high-quality ignition coils and sell domestically as well as to existing markets in Europe, North America, South America, etc. JEC has High aspirations and resilience after two decades to become the leader of the Distributor Ignition Coils in China.
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    Established in 2000

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    Plant area

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Distributor Ignition Coils Industry Knowledge Extension

Are distributor ignition coils the same as ignition coils?
Distributor ignition coils and ignition coils are similar components, but not necessarily the same. Distributor ignition coils are ignition coils used in older vehicles with distributor-based ignition systems. Modern vehicles often use a different type of ignition system, such as a coil-plug system that does not use a distributor. However, some newer vehicles may still use distributor ignition coils. So, while distributor ignition coils are a type of ignition coil, not all ignition coils are distributor ignition coils.

What is the function of distributor ignition coils?
The function of the distributor ignition coils is to convert the low voltage from the battery to the high voltage needed to create a spark at the spark plug. This spark ignites the air/fuel mixture in the engine's combustion chamber, which powers the vehicle. In older vehicles with distributors, the distributor ignition coils fit inside the distributor and send high voltage to the correct spark plugs at the correct time. In newer vehicles with distributorless ignition systems, each cylinder has its own ignition coil.

How to test distributor ignition coils?
Here are the steps to test the distributor ignition coils:
Disconnect the ignition coil from the distributor and use a multimeter to measure the resistance between the primary terminal (where the distributor's wires connect) and the secondary terminal (where the high voltage wires connect to the spark plug). See your vehicle's service manual for the specific resistor value to look for, but generally speaking, a healthy coil has a primary side resistance of about 0.5 to 1.5 ohms and a secondary side resistance of about 5,000 to 15,000 ohms.
If the resistance value is not within the specified range, the coil may be faulty and should be replaced.
You can also perform an induction spark test to check for sparks. To do this, reconnect the ignition coil to the distributor and remove one of the spark plug wires. Plug a spark tester into one end of the wire and ground the other end of the tester to the engine block. Crank the engine and watch the tester for sparks. A healthy coil produces a strong spark.
If you don't see a spark or the spark is weak, the coil may be faulty and should be replaced.