What is so special about pencil ignition coils
Pencil ignition coils, also known as plug ignition coils, are special because they are a more advanced ignition system than traditional distributor-based ignition systems. Pencil ignition coils
deliver a more precise and powerful spark to each individual spark plug, improving engine performance and fuel efficiency. They are also more reliable and require less maintenance than distributor-based ignition systems.
What are the advantages of pencil ignition coils
Pencil ignition coils have high ignition energy, more stable performance, are convenient for EFI control, easy to use, install and maintain, and integrate some optimized control circuits to make ignition control better and greatly reduce electromagnetic interference.
In addition, the pencil ignition coils integrate the ignition control module and the ignition coil, which is suitable for multi-cylinder sequential independent ignition, which reduces the cost and maintenance cost.
Pencil ignition coils is the name of the ignition coil. Pencil ignition coils
are equipped with high-voltage ignition wires and ignition coil trigger modules to reduce energy loss, enhance combustion, and improve fuel efficiency. It is an ignition coil configured for all cylinders. The ignition coil is installed on the top of the spark plug , Reduce electromagnetic radiation, improve the working stability of electronic devices in the car.
This ignition method is suitable for precise ignition through the camshaft sensor and cylinder knock sensor, and is suitable for any cylinder of the engine, especially for engines with 4 valves per cylinder.
How to replace pencil ignition coils
Replacing pencil ignition coils usually involves the following steps:
Identify faulty ignition coils by retrieving any relevant error codes with a code reader or diagnostic tool.
Remove the electrical connector and any mounting bolts or screws securing the faulty ignition coil.
Gently twist and pull to carefully remove the ignition coil from the spark plug.
Install the new ignition coil by aligning the mounting holes and pressing it firmly into place.
Reconnect the electrical connectors and any mounting bolts or screws.
Repeat the process for any remaining faulty ignition coils.