Enterprise Strength

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

Established in 2000, JEC is a Ignition Coils manufacturer manufacturer specializing in the research & development of Ignition Coils. With a modern Ignition Coils factory 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 Coils in China.
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    Established in 2000

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    Plant area

  • 200+

    staff member

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Products Industry Knowledge Extension

What are the symptoms of ignition coil failure?
Symptoms of a faulty ignition coil can include engine misfire, rough idle, difficulty starting the engine, loss of power and acceleration, loss of fuel efficiency, and in severe cases, the engine may not start at all. Additionally, the check engine light may come on and a diagnostic trouble code may indicate a problem with the ignition system.

How much does it cost to repair ignition coil?
The cost of repairing an ignition coil can vary depending on the make and model of the vehicle and the specific repairs required. However, the cost to replace a single ignition coil can range from $100 to $250, and the total cost of all coils in a vehicle can be around $400 to $1,000. Depending on your specific vehicle and circumstances, it may be best to consult a mechanic or auto repair shop for a more accurate estimate.

Can a car run without an ignition coil?
No, the car cannot run without an ignition coil. The ignition coil is a critical component in the ignition system, providing the high voltage needed to generate the spark in the spark plug. Without an ignition coil, the engine will not start or run. If a faulty ignition coil is causing engine problems, it should be replaced or repaired as soon as possible to prevent further damage to the vehicle.