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GOSS Ignition Coil - C661

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  • Sourced from many of the world leading OES and AM suppliers
  • Meets or exceeds OE specifications
  • A true genuine alternative
  • Goss reliability and durability
  • 1 year warranty

GOSS Ignition Coil - A genuine OEM alternative

With an extensive range of ignition coil units for both OEM and aftermarket options, GOSS source their parts from world-leading replacement ignition coil suppliers. GOSS ensure that their range of over 600 ignition coil part numbers covers over 95% of vehicles on the road, so chances are if you need a replacement coil, GOSS has you covered. With OEM-matching quality, fit and performance ensured, GOSS ignition coils make a great replacement for your car ensuring no need to make or modify brackets and hardware, a spark just as strong if not better than the original coil and the service life to match or out-perform the OE equivalent for a fraction of the price and with a 1 year complimentary warranty for peace of mind. GOSS Vehicle Mechatronics are an iconic Australian automotive parts supplier and have been sourcing the best quality automotive equipment and components for over 75 years, so they know what goes into great replacement parts for your car. Goss offers the automotive aftermarket a true genuine alternative often at a fraction of the price of the OEM.

An ignition coil, also called a spark coil, is a type of induction coil and plays a major role in your car's ignition system. It's task is to convert battery voltage into the voltage required to send through the ignition leads and allow your spark plugs to ignite fuel vapour in the combustion chamber, thus creating powering and propelling your car along the road. Without your ignition coil, ignition leads and spark plugs in correct working order, you will experience misfires, poor fuel economy and maybe even a car that won't start at all. Traditionally the coil sits in the engine bay and is linked to the distributor which then links the coil to each sparkplug, however technology advancements have seen this arrangement altered, but the basic principles are still retained. Eliminating the distributor means that spark timing is controlled electronically and instead of having one coil which distributes power throughout the engine, a 'coil-on-plug' approach is taken which requires an individual coil per cylinder, however this generally offers a more reliable and efficient delivery of spark.

If you're unsure whether your coil needs to be replaced, there are a few tell-tale signs which can indicate that a replacement is required. The most obvious and common issues are poor engine running. This includes misfires, rough idle, loss of power and even bad fuel economy. In extreme instances, these performance losses may even result in random engine stalling. A check engine light can also indicate a bad coil pack or ignition coil. You can confirm this using a code reader and searching the engine code to see what went wrong, sometimes this will even tell you which coil pack to replace for coil-on-plug applications. A faulty ignition coil can also prohibit your car from starting at all. This is more-so a problem for single ignition coil set-ups since a faulty coil will affect the operation of the entire engine.

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