New ignition coil stays cool

Cooling element for optimal heat dissipation

(PresseBox) ( Heusenstamm, )
The ignition coil is part of the ignition system in the petrol engine and operates in the same way as a spark indicator. When the ignition is switched on, electricity flows through the primary winding of the ignition coil, causing a magnetic field to form around it. The resulting power loss means that sufficient cooling and good thermal contact to the body work are required.

To achieve better heat dissipation, the ignition coil with article number 19020059 (Ford) has been newly developed. It now has a larger coil core and a larger housing. The longer screws required are provided with the ignition coil.

The preceding model article number 19020009 has been seamlessly replaced with article number 19020059. All vehicle links remain the same.

How does an ignition coil failure make itself felt in the vehicle?

- The engine does not start.
- The engine misfires.
- The engine starts, switches off and does not start again.

Possible causes:

- Internal short circuits
- Open circuits
- Contact problems Ignition coil Article number: 19020059
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