China Ignition coil rails & block Ignition rails Manufacturers

Ignition coil rails & block ignition rails consist of multiple ignition coils in a common shell, and only one compact plug connection, which has the following characteristics:
Simple installation on the engine
As dual spark or single spark technology
Large combustion energy, high ignition voltage
High-temperature resistance, so durable and reliable
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 Ignition coil rails & block Ignition rails industry over the past two decades to research and innovation

Established in 2000, JEC is a Ignition coil rails & block Ignition rails manufacturer specializing in the research & development of Ignition coil rails & block Ignition rails. With a modern Ignition coil rails & block Ignition rails 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 Ignition coil rails & block Ignition rails in China.
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    Established in 2000

  • 30000㎡

    Plant area

  • 200+

    staff member

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Ignition coil rails & block Ignition rails Industry Knowledge Extension

What is ignition coil rails & block ignition rails?
Ignition coil rails are components of ignition systems where multiple ignition coils are mounted on a single rail for greater efficiency and space utilization. Each ignition coil on the rail is responsible for sparking one or more cylinders in the engine.
Block ignition rails are similar to ignition coil rails, but instead of individual ignition coils, a single ignition rail is used to provide spark to all cylinders in the engine block. This approach is less common than using a separate ignition coil, but it can simplify the design and reduce the cost of some engine configurations.

How often should ignition coil rails & block ignition rails be replaced?
There is no set interval for replacing ignition coil rails & block ignition rails as their lifespan can vary depending on a number of factors including usage, maintenance and part quality. If you suspect a problem with your ignition system, such as misfires, difficulty starting, or loss of fuel efficiency, it may be worth having your ignition system checked by a mechanic to determine if any parts need to be replaced.

What are the symptoms of ignition coil rails & block ignition rails failure?
Symptoms of ignition coil rails & block ignition rails may include:
Engine Misfire or Stall: When the ignition coil rails & block ignition rails fail, it can cause one or more cylinders to misfire, resulting in a noticeable stall or standstill in engine performance.
Unstable idling speed: Ignition coil rails & block ignition rails failure can also cause the engine to run unstable at idle speed, accompanied by obvious vibration or shaking.
Loss of power and acceleration: A faulty ignition coil or blocked ignition rail can result in a loss of power and acceleration, especially when trying to accelerate quickly or climb hills.
Increased Fuel Consumption: Increased fuel consumption can result when the engine is unable to fire on all cylinders due to faulty ignition coils or blocked ignition rails.
Check Engine Light: A faulty ignition coil or blocked ignition rail will trigger the check engine light to come on.
If you experience any of these symptoms, be sure to have your vehicle inspected by a qualified mechanic to determine the cause of the problem.