ACCEL 140021 Ignition Coil, SuperCoil, Dodge/Jeep MAGNUM 1990-1997
318 Chrysler Small Block V8, 360 Chrysler Small Block V8, 4.0L AMC Inline Six, 3.9 Chrysler V6
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HolleyDAYS are here again! SAVE up to 20% on this part and hundreds of other Holley brands during the 2018 HolleyDAYS sale 11/15/18-12/31/18.Engineered with optimized low resistance, high turns ratio windings around an M36 high silicone magnetic steel C-core for higher energy and voltage outputs. Results in
quicker starts, improved idle quality, crisper throttle response and more high RPM power. Compatible with late model Dodge/Jeep J-TEC computer controlled ignition system and MOPAR Performance ignition computers. Direct bolt-in, plug-in replacement. Can also work with an ACCEL, Mallory, Crane, Holley or MSD capacitive discharge ignition systems. Special high temperature epoxy resists shock and vibration, while increasing thermal conductivity. Brass coil wire contact increases energy transfer efficiency and resists corrosion better than aluminum. High dielectric strength “ACCEL Yellow” over molded housing.
This ACCEL SuperCoil ignition coil fits Dodge “Magnum” Truck / Jeep 1990-97.
- 10-15% More Energy
- Direct Plug In Replacement Direct OE Fit
- Advanced Bobbin Technology
- Standard Motor Products SMP Uf-198
- MSD 8228
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