Ignition Coils Leads Modules

The ignition system of a car is made up of ignition coils, leads, and modules. The ignition coil is in charge of transforming the battery's low voltage into the high voltage required to light the engine's fuel. Electrical conductors called ignition leads are used to carry high voltage from the ignition coil to the spark plugs. The timing and firing of the spark plugs are controlled electronically by the ignition module. These parts are critical to the engine's performance and are required for the ignition system to operate properly.