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Research on Ignition Coil for Mercedes E320
The ignition coil is a part of your vehicle's ignition system that you can't be without. If this induction coil fails, there won't be anything to convert the miniscule battery voltage into the thousands of volts needed by the spark plugs. The coil is what generates the spark. Without it, the engine won't start, or they'll be significant performance issues that will hamper your ride. That is unless the ignition coil is replaced.
Signs of a Mercedes Ignition Coil Problem
At first, your car will probably still run. The ignition coil tends to wear out over time rather than fail suddenly. A poor spark can reduce the power available to the engine. It might misfire or idle roughly. A loss of acceleration is a real possibility and you may even have reduced gas mileage as the engine burns more fuel to try to compensate for the lack of power. A bad ignition coil can even cause the car to stall. If the problem is bad enough, the car won't even start. An early warning sign is the Check Engine light. This indicator is a helpful tool in identifying a problem exists, and provides you with an opportunity to get to a mechanic before the issue leads to a total breakdown. Ignition coils commonly develop problems with their circuit and signal. They can burn out or short, and the engine light is a way of telling you the computer has found something worth checking into. A mechanic can do a Mercedes ignition coil test and replace the part if necessary.
What Is the Coil in a Car?
The ignition coil is the sole part that converts low voltage into high voltage. The battery produces only 12 volts DC. Two coils of copper wire surround an iron core. A magnetic field is generated inside the coil and stores energy until it builds up enough to be released to the spark plugs. Current is held by inductance and its flow produces the magnetic field in the core and surrounding air. A contact breaker opens to release the current when there are thousands of volts built up.
How Many Ignition Coils Are in a Car?
Electronic control over ignition, rather than using a distributor, allows for some flexibility in using an ignition coil. The coil can be smaller. Sometimes there's one for each spark plug, and a car generally has one spark per cylinder. A single coil can now serve two spark plugs (two coils for a four-cylinder engine/three coils for a six-cylinder). Each coil is connected to, for example, your 1997 Mercedes E320 spark plug wires to allow for an uninterrupted electrical flow.
Ignition Coil Replacement Cost
An ignition coil in a 1997 E320 costs $230 to $418. Spend less on the part and Mercedes Benz spark plug wires by going to PartsGeek.com. Our low overhead, online catalog, and desire to help you save mean auto parts don't have to be expensive. Restoring your ride doesn't mean draining your wallet. You can have cash left over to enjoy, and a car that starts up like a dream as it did when new.
Ignition Coils available for the following Mercedes E320 years: 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1995, 1994, 06, 05, 04, 03, 02, 01, 00, 99, 98, 97, 96, 95, 94. This part is also sometimes called Mercedes E320 Ignition Coils. We stock ignition coil parts for most Mercedes models including C230, ML320, C280, E350, S500, ML350, E420, SLK230, S550, C240, S600, S420, SL500, C300, GL450, C250, ML430, S320, R350, CLK320, S430, 380SL, E500, C320, GLK350, 300E, CLK350, 450SL, E430, CLK430, ML500, CLS550, 500SL, 190E, CLS500, 300CE, 560SL, SL600, GL550 and CL500.