If your Dodge, St-Regis begins running roughly after start up, it could be an ignition coil. An ignition coil is a device the covers each individual spark plug in your car. Each coil is connected to a computer chip where the car's ignition module helps control the engine's firing mechanisms. When prompted, the ignition coil will deliver the charge needed for the spark plug to ignite and fire. If you are familiar with older car engines, the ignition coils replaced the distributor caps that were once installed. .
Your Dodge, St-Regis will have one ignition coil for each spark plug. Each coil works independently, which means each one can go out one at a time. Replacing your ignition coil is very basic. The first thing you can do is go to a local auto parts store for a free... View more diagnosis to find out which ignition coil is malfunctioning. Removing an ignition coil usually involves removing one bolt, unclipping the electrical connection and pulling out the coil. Replacing the coil is done in the reverse order. Look up videos online to find out how the replace the ignition coil for your Dodge, St-Regis and save some money doing it yourself. View less
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