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Duralast Ignition Coil C831 for Honda Civic
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  • Part # C831
  • SKU # 26
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Duralast Ignition Coil C1821 for Honda Civic
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  • Part # C1821
  • SKU # 679409
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Duralast Ignition Coil C869 for Honda Civic
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  • Part # C869
  • SKU # 31181
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Duralast Ignition Coil C1460 for Honda Civic
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  • Part # C1460
  • SKU # 827753
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Duralast Ignition Coil C1408 for Honda Civic
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  • Part # C1408
  • SKU # 560068
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Duralast Ignition Coil C1740 for Honda Civic
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  • Part # C1740
  • SKU # 321475
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Duralast Ignition Coil C1823 for Honda Civic
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  • Part # C1823
  • SKU # 679644
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Duralast Ignition Coil C1407 for Honda Civic
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  • Part # C1407
  • SKU # 560067
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Duralast Ignition Coil C819 for Honda Civic
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  • Part # C819
  • SKU # 111849
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Duralast Ignition Coil C1382 for Honda Civic
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  • Part # C1382
  • SKU # 536967
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Duralast Ignition Coil C957 for Honda Civic
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  • Part # C957
  • SKU # 65984
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Duralast Ignition Coil C1580 for Honda Civic
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  • Part # C1580
  • SKU # 971233
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Duralast Ignition Coil C928 for Honda Civic
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  • Part # C928
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About
Honda Civic Ignition Coil

Light and maneuverable, your Honda Civic gives you a lot of value with its efficient design and durability. Still, regular maintenance is important, and parts that operate in high-temperature areas of the engine need occasional replacement. When you notice backfires and stalling, a new Honda Civic ignition coil from AutoZone refreshes your engine performance, restoring consistency and power to it.

The Civic coil pack is designed to perform efficiently over the long haul, but over time it wears down just like spark plugs and plug wires do, and for most of the same reasons. Replacing the coil pack refreshes your engine performance, and it can be combined with a regular tune-up to get the most out of your maintenance.

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Works perfectly like oem den-so ones

Jose

in a month

I usually do not recommend getting any electronics (like sensitive car sensors) other than car batteries at auto chain stores but these coils that are made in Mexico are performing perfectly. Only time will tell if they will outperform the oem den-so longevity coils. But for the much cheaper price of getting 4 of these rather than 4 expensive den-so ones, I saved money and since the car is not a racing car, everything should be just fine. Would recommend.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2002 Honda Civic LX 1.7L 4 Speed Auto

I usually do not recommend getting any electronics (like sensitive car sensors) other than car batteries at auto chain stores but these coils that are made in Mexico are performing perfectly. Only time will tell if they will outperform the oem den-so longevity coils. But for the much cheaper price of getting 4 of these rather than 4 expensive den-so ones, I saved money and since the car is not a racing car, everything should be just fine. Would recommend.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2002 Honda Civic LX 1.7L 4 Speed Auto

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Fixed my car

Matt

in 2 months

My 2006 civic lx went into limp mode on the freeway. Flashing check engine light. Diagnosed it as a bad coil pack (pulled the connectors one at a time and found one to be dead). Since one failed, I suspected it was only a matter of time before another one had an issue so I bought this 4 pack with a lifetime warranty. Also installed new spark plugs while I was at it. Cars runs fantastic again.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2006 Honda Civic LX sedan

My 2006 civic lx went into limp mode on the freeway. Flashing check engine light. Diagnosed it as a bad coil pack (pulled the connectors one at a time and found one to be dead). Since one failed, I suspected it was only a matter of time before another one had an issue so I bought this 4 pack with a lifetime warranty. Also installed new spark plugs while I was at it. Cars runs fantastic again.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2006 Honda Civic LX sedan

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Made the car run better.

Daniel

in 4 months

Fit like OEM. Got better mpg once installed. Did install the same duralast brand cap and rotor While I was at it.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2000 Honda Civic

Fit like OEM. Got better mpg once installed. Did install the same duralast brand cap and rotor While I was at it.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2000 Honda Civic