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6x BRAND NEW NISSAN MAXIMA & INFINITI I30 00-01 IGNITION COILS ML12149 & ML12164 for Sale


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6x BRAND NEW NISSAN MAXIMA & INFINITI I30 00-01 IGNITION COILS ML12149 & ML12164

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A BRAND NEW IGNITION COIL BY MTL

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Complete Set Of 6 Coils

FRONT

Description

Value

Connector Gender

Female

Contents

Coil on Plug, 1 per Cylinder

Mounting Location

Engine Head

Terminal Gender

Male

Terminal Quantity

3

Terminal Type

Blade Plug

Voltage

12

REAR

Description

Value

Connector Gender

Female

Contents

Coil on Plug, 1 per Cylinder

Mounting Location

Direct Ignition

Terminal Gender

Male

Terminal Quantity

3

Terminal Type

Blade Plug

Voltage

12

---FOR NISSAN AND INFINITI MODELS---

Wherever you want to go by whatever vehicle, Auto Electrics USA is proud to offer the smartest Ignition Coil. Design is just as important as safety and functionality.

PLEASE SEE APPLICATION BELOW

THESE COILS ARE NOT ORIGINAL NISSAN OR INFINITI PARTS, BUT THEY ARE OF A HIGH QUALITY AFTERMARKET BRAND MTL.

THESE ARE REPLACEMENT FOR OEM

MAKE

MODEL

YEAR

NISSAN

MAXIMA

(2000 - 2001)

INFINITI

I-30

(2000 - 2001)

***Cross Reference***

OEM

OEM REFERENCE

AIRTEX

5C1163/5C1162

STANDARD

UF-363/UF-348

MTL

ML12149/ML12164

***Problems & Symptoms***

There are a variety of reasons an Ignition Coil may fail in a vehicle. An Ignition Coil is an integral part of every vehicle’s ignition system that converts the car’s alternator or battery voltage into enough power to create an arc within a spark plug.

Overheating

One of the most common causes of ignition coil failure is overheating due to excessive spark gap. Spark plugs that are gapped excessively large require additional voltage for the spark to jump from electrode to electrode. This causes additional load on the ignition coils and subsequently causes the internal coils to heat up. During the excessive heating and cooling process, the coils expand and contract each time diminishing their integrity causing malfunction or total failure.

Poor Connections

Many ignition coils require grounding, this may be achieved through mounting location or through an external wire. A loose or poorly mounted coil can cause problems with the ignition coil and may even result in permanent damage or failure. Loose spark plug wires can also cause the high voltage it produces to take the path of least resistance which is may be the nearest grounding or the coil itself, then damage to the ignition coil may result.

Failure of other Ignition parts

Due to problems of other electrical parts such as generator, rectifier and ignition switch, coil may be damaged easily. Otherwise, heavy dirt in spark plug, the short and open circuit of high-voltage wire may also cause misfire problem.

Symptoms

Symptoms of ignition coil failure may include a decline in fuel economy, change in exhaust, backfiring issues, misfiring issues, difficulty starting and issues with stalling. There are several different ways to diagnose an ignition coil failure issue mechanically, including checking the wires connecting to the spark plugs. If you test these wires and find there is no power reaching the spark plugs, then this means that energy is not properly being converted and transferred by the ignition coil between the battery and the spark plugs. This is the most common way to diagnose an ignition coil failure.

***Worldwide Delivery***

Please send us a message through before offerding to enquire about international shipping.

***Fast Delivery***

We will try to despatch all orders on the same working day providing they are received before 3pm Mon to Fri)

***Returns Policy***

Return shipping paid by: Buyer

Item must be returned within: 30 Days

Refund will be given as: Money Back same form of payment used)

We will gladly refund or replace any defective item returned within the stated warranty period. We will also accept returns of most new products ordered except as noted below) as long as they have not been installed or disassembled and are returned in the original packaging in new and saleable condition.

Requests for return of new parts must be submitted within 14 days of the purchase date. All new parts returned will be subject to a 15% re-stocking fee. Non-Returnable Parts Certain types of parts are not returnable, such as Electronic Control Modules, Push Button Units, Relays, Mass Air Flow Sensors, etc. These type parts can be irreparably damaged if installed before the vehicle's underlying problem is properly diagnosed.

Please take extra care when purchasing Electronic parts to assure that you are ordering the correct part for your repair. If you aren't sure about the vehicle application or have questions about a specific replacement part, please contact us and we will help to make sure you're getting the part you need.

The cost of shipping will be credited only in those instances that the return is a result of our error. C.O.D. shipments for returns will not be accepted.

***Warranty Period***

These Ignition Coils Are Brand New, Never Been Used And Guaranteed For:

12 Months From Date Of Purchase.

***Questions & Answers***

For Any Questions you have regarding your vehicle or parts, please send us a message through or give us a call on:

1-678-827-AUTO

a member of our team will kindly assist during our opening hours are:

MONDAY-FRIDAY

9.00am-5.00pm EST)




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