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Required Connector Ignition Coil 1409
$
87
99
  • Part # 1409
  • SKU # 383876
  • Notes: May require replacement Ignition Coil Connector, Pigtail part number 1409
$
87
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Notes: May require replacement Ignition Coil Connector, Pigtail part number 1409
Duralast Multi Pack Coil On Plug Ignition OEM Standard Ignition Coil 6 Pack C1638-6
$
199
99
  • Part # C1638-6
  • SKU # 659938
  • Notes: Quantity per car: 1, Can use 1 kit and 2 C1638s. This pack contains 6 ignition coils. Kit
$
199
99
Notes: Quantity per car: 1, Can use 1 kit and 2 C1638s. This pack contains 6 ignition coils. Kit
Duralast Multi Pack Ignition Coil C1326-6
$
315
99
  • Part # C1326-6
  • SKU # 97
  • Notes: Quantity per car: 1, This pack contains 6 Ignition Coils. Kit
$
315
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Notes: Quantity per car: 1, This pack contains 6 Ignition Coils. Kit
Duralast Multi Pack Coil On Plug Ignition Premium Replacement Ignition Coil 4 Pack C1596-4
$
269
99
  • Part # C1596-4
  • SKU # 591209
  • Notes: Quantity per car: 1, Can use 1 Mp and 2 C1596s For complete job. This pack contains 4 ignition coils. Kit
$
269
99
Notes: Quantity per car: 1, Can use 1 Mp and 2 C1596s For complete job. This pack contains 4 ignition coils. Kit
Duralast Multi Pack Ignition Coil C1526-8
$
191
99
  • Part # C1526-8
  • SKU # 95
  • Notes: Quantity per car: 1, This pack contains 8 Ignition Coils. Kit
$
191
99
Notes: Quantity per car: 1, This pack contains 8 Ignition Coils. Kit
Duralast Multi Pack Ignition Coil 6 Pack C1826-6
$
247
99
  • Part # C1826-6
  • SKU # 101864
  • Notes: Quantity per car: 1, This pack contains 6 Ignition Coils. Kit
$
247
99
Notes: Quantity per car: 1, This pack contains 6 Ignition Coils. Kit
Duralast Multi Pack Coil On Plug Ignition OEM Standard Ignition Coil 4 Pack C1714-4
$
248
99
  • Part # C1714-4
  • SKU # 670505
  • Notes: Quantity per car: 1, From Engine #(s) 7xxxxxxx. This pack contains 4 ignition coils. Kit
$
248
99
Notes: Quantity per car: 1, From Engine #(s) 7xxxxxxx. This pack contains 4 ignition coils. Kit
Duralast Multi Pack Capacitive Discharge System Premium Replacement Ignition Coil 8 Pack C1511-8
$
399
99
  • Part # C1511-8
  • SKU # 591229
  • Notes: Quantity per car: 1, Mitsubishi Coil. Square shaped coil. This pack contains 8 ignition coils. Kit
$
399
99
Notes: Quantity per car: 1, Mitsubishi Coil. Square shaped coil. This pack contains 8 ignition coils. Kit
Duralast Multi Pack Coil On Plug Ignition OEM Standard Ignition Coil 4 Pack C1696-4
$
206
99
  • Part # C1696-4
  • SKU # 670109
  • Notes: Quantity per car: 1, For Cylinders 1 to 6 Only. Can use 1 Kit and 2 C1696s. This Pack Contains 4 Ignition Coils. Kit
$
206
99
Notes: Quantity per car: 1, For Cylinders 1 to 6 Only. Can use 1 Kit and 2 C1696s. This Pack Contains 4 Ignition Coils. Kit
Duralast Multi Pack Ignition Coil C1827-4
$
266
99
  • Part # C1827-4
  • SKU # 101874
  • Notes: Quantity per car: 1, This pack contains 4 Ignition Coils. Kit
$
266
99
Notes: Quantity per car: 1, This pack contains 4 Ignition Coils. Kit
Duralast Multi Pack Ignition Coil C1820-8
$
269
99
  • Part # C1820-8
  • SKU # 847
  • Notes: Quantity per car: 1, With square coil. Mitsubishi coil. This pack contains 8 ignition coils. Kit
$
269
99
Notes: Quantity per car: 1, With square coil. Mitsubishi coil. This pack contains 8 ignition coils. Kit
Duralast Multi Pack Ignition Coil 6 Pack C1670-6
$
391
99
  • Part # C1670-6
  • SKU # 87
  • Notes: Quantity per car: 1, This pack contains 6 Ignition Coils. Kit
$
391
99
Notes: Quantity per car: 1, This pack contains 6 Ignition Coils. Kit

About

Ignition Coil

Enhance Battery Voltage With a New Ignition Coil
An ignition coil transforms low battery voltage into thousands of volts to activate spark plugs and ignite fuel through induction. AutoZone carries the best ignition coils for cars and trucks in addition to other ignition system components. Order a single ignition coil or multi packs made by leading brands with four, six or eight coils.

Different Ignition Systems
In older vehicles, high voltage wires may run from a mechanical distributor to spark plugs. Newer ignition systems tend to use an individual coil-on-plug or coil pack, which assigns one coil to each engine cylinder or pair of cylinders. Engine issues may be caused by failed coils or spark plug cables.

Ignition Coil Problems
Ignition coils may be the cause of problems, or problems may be caused by failing spark plug wires. Coils that must generate higher voltage will wear out faster than coils connected to wires with normal resistance. Excessive moisture can also cause coils to fail.

Faulty Ignition Coil
A faulty ignition coil can also lead to a number of engine problems, resulting in an illuminated Check Engine light or a vehicle that will not start. It may also be necessary to replace coils if an engine misfires or has weakened acceleration, a rough idle or reduced gas mileage. AutoZone has the lowest prices on ignition coils and carries a variety of designs from leading parts brands.

Ignition System Designs
Before replacing ignition coils, you should determine whether your vehicle relies on a coil-on-plug or coil pack ignition system. The coil in vehicles that rely on a mechanical distributor is usually connected by a wire to the distributor cap. Coil-on-plug designs are typically situated over or close to spark plugs, while coil packs are typically mounted near valve covers.

Ignition Coil Removal
You may need to remove plastic covers or air intake tubing to access ignition coils. Remove the negative battery cable before disconnecting wiring harnesses and pulling off electrical connectors. Remove any retaining bolts or open a locking tab to take out a coil or pack.

New Coil Installation
Be sure to apply dielectric grease to the boot of a coil-on-plug design. This can help to stop the boot from sticking to a spark plug and prevent excess moisture from causing a coil to fail prematurely. Slide the coil into place until the boot clicks onto the spark plug. Reattach the electrical connection and tighten any retaining bolts or close locking tabs. Reconnect the negative battery cable only after all of the coils have been replaced.

Spark Plug Replacement
Depending on the ignition system in your vehicle, you may need to replace more than one ignition coil by following these steps. This process can also be an ideal time to switch out spark plugs. Find ignition coils near me and all of the other parts or tools you need with the in-store pickup and fast shipping options available at AutoZone.