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1999-2002 Aurora Intrigue GM Ignition Coil On Plug Conn.

$13.99
SKU: B9FCAFF5-88DF-4498-8490-3334F463C0F9
AdID: 8043

Availability: 497 item(s)

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This item is a brand new Coil On Plug it will fit the following vehicles: GM
Coil On Plug Connectors work like a spark plug wire. When a car or truck uses coil on plug connectors they mount under the coil, some cars can use 2 , 3 , or 4 connectors under a large main coil , and some cars us 1 connector under each coil over each spark plug
* 2001-2002 Aurora 3.5L
* 1999-2002 Intrigue 3.5L
Part Number# 2/ CP025 , This listing includes 2 connectors and 6 are required , 1 for each cylinder
Since cars with direct ignition systems were first introduced in 1988, an ever-increasing number of new cars and trucks are being manufactured using Coil-On-Plug (COP) technology for ignition systems. In 2003, approximately 53 percent of all new vehicle production utilized Coil-On-Plug technology, and within five years this number is expected to reach over 80 percent.
These complex engines require ignition components that deliver maximum spark, provide long life and meet original manufacturer design. General Cable?s ProSpark Coil-On-Plug Insulators are a cost-effective solution to replace insulators that fail due to normal wear and tear, or are damaged during tune-ups.
General Cable has been a leader in the development and manufacturing of ignition wire technology. For over 40 years, the Company has been providing private branded ignition wire sets to some of the highest profile retailers and merchandisers in the automotive aftermarket.
Features
* Cost-effective tune-up solution for today?s advanced engine technology
* OE design for both insulator and spring
* High-impact packaging
* Trilingual packaging ? English/Spanish/French
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