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  • Remanufacture oxygen sensor lambda sensor 89465-02300 used for Carola
  • Remanufacture oxygen sensor lambda sensor 89465-02300 used for Carola
  • Remanufacture oxygen sensor lambda sensor 89465-02300 used for Carola
  • Remanufacture oxygen sensor lambda sensor 89465-02300 used for Carola

Remanufacture oxygen sensor lambda sensor 89465-02300 used for Carola

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Type: Oxygen Sensor Size: Standard Size Car Make: Toyota Corolla
OE NO.: 89465-02300 Place of Origin: Japan Model Number: 89465-02300
Warranty: 3 Months

Product Description

Product Description
Product Name
 oxygen sensor 
Model Number
89465-02300
Brand
DENSO
Applicable car model 
toyota car
Package 
1 PCS/BOX
Warranty
12 months
Applicabe Car Model
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Our Company

       Linghe Autoparts Trading Company specialized in all kinds of spark plugs,oxygen sensors and ignition coils etc .Our comapny  located in Guangzhou city of China , with convenient transportation access.All of our products comply with international quality standards and are greatly appreciated in a variety of different markets throughout the world.
       We're cooperating with several factories to providing good quality products and excellent service.
       If you are interested in any of our products or would like to discuss a custom order, please feel free to contact us. We are looking forward to forming successful business relationships with new clients around the world in the near future.

     Our company's address:      South China Auto Parts Market B322, NO. 42 Lianquan Road ,Tianhe District,Guangzhou City

Our Service

1. OEM Manufacturing welcome: Product, Package...
2. Sample order
3. We will reply you for your inquiry in 24 hours.
4. after sending, we will track the products for you once every two days, until you get the products. When you got the goods, test them, and give me a feedback.If you have any questions about the problem, contact with us, we will offer the solve way for you.

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FAQ

how to buy a ignition coil?

  The ignition coil is an essential component of a vehicle's ignition system. It ignites fuel by converting a battery's voltage to a higher voltage to generate sparks. The ignition coil connects the distributor to the spark plugs, which connect to the engine. There are various types of ignition coils and each type has a unique design to work on a particular ignition system. Car owners should understand the types of ignition coils and systems to avoid buying parts that are not compatible with their vehicles.

 
Types of Ignition Coil Systems

Before buying an ignition coil for any car, it is important that consumers become familiar with the types of ignition systems available. Buying the wrong type of ignition coil could mean causing damage that requires replacing other parts of the ignition system. There are three main ignition systems: conventional, electronic, and distributorless.

Each type of ignition system works in a unique way, and depending on the type of car, its age, and the transmission system, each ignition coil does work on a specific vehicle type. The installation and mode of operation are completely different. Conventional and electronic ignition coils are common in vehicles manufactured before the 1980s. Therefore, car owners with newer models should check that their vehicle possesses a distributorless ignition coil.

 

Types of Ignition Coil

Contrary to the perception that ignition coils are only essential for starting the car, they are also important components needed for better engineperformance. Manufacturers design various coils to allow car owners to experience the power of a high-performance engine. There are five types of ignition coils on the market: can-type, distributor, ignition block, coil-on plug, and ignition coil pack systems.

Can-Type and Distributor Ignition Coils

Vintage cars primarily use can-type coils, which contain oils that serve as a coolant. The distributor coil allows voltage to flow to the spark plugs, enabled by a manual driving mechanism. This type of coil is common in pre-1990s vehicles.

Ignition Blocks and Coil-On Plugs

Ignition blocks comprise several coils connected to each other using cables, designed with single or dual-spark capability. A dual-spark distributes voltage to both cylinders simultaneously. Coil-on plug or pencil coils appear on the top of the spark plugs; electricity flows from the coil to the spark plugs. Cars with an electric ignition system have both doth dual and single-spark coils of this type.

Ignition Coil Pack Systems

Ignition coil pack systems comprise rails mounted on several spark plugs, connecting a number of pencil coils. Each type of ignition coil system comes with its benefits and downsides. Therefore, shoppers should be sure to check if the coil they are purchasing meets their driving needs.

 

When to Replace the Ignition Coil

There are several signs a car owner should check to determine when to replace the ignition coil. If the engine does not start, it means the coil is transmitting power to the entire engine. If the coil misfires, first check whether it is intermittent misfiring as a result of fuel not having mixed fully; a weak spark can cause random misfiring. It could also occur when the misfire travels from one cylinder to another. After noticing a misfire, examine the coil and cylinder by looking at the spark line located in the firing line.

 

Choosing an Ignition Coil

The ignition coil is the most important part of the ignition system. It transforms electric power from the car battery into a higher voltage capable of firing the engine. Selecting an ignition coil should be easy, especially if the car owner knows the exact make required.

The best way of finding an ignition coil is to look for a custom-made product, as it can improve the performance of the car's power conversion capability by more than 10 percent compared to off-the-shelf parts. Shoppers need to find a coil from a reputable manufacturer. Whether purchasing an OEM or aftermarket part, the ignition coil should be compatible with the existing engine and ignition system.

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Guangzhou City Yuexiu District Linghe Autoparts Trading Company
Guangzhou City Yuexiu District Linghe Autoparts Trading Company
Contactxiaohui ding
Phone86-020-29860814
AddressSelf-Compiled Room B322, Self-Compiled Bldg. 11, In Self-Compiled Yard 2, No. 41, Lianquan Road, Yuexiu District
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