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Dick Cepek truck tires are synonymous with the off-road industry thanks to their line of aggressive truck tires that never fail to deliver superb quality and performance. Your rig may seem majestic, but the truth is that there is very little magic about it. Your Jeep is comprised of some of the most state-of-the-art systems and components available in the car manufacturing industry, which is why they are stronger, more durable and all around more capable than many other vehicles on the road. One state-of-the-art system that makes its home in your rig is the ignition system, replete with wires, plugs, coils and all.

Jeep Ignition 101
Your rig’s ignition is responsible for igniting the fuel in the internal combustion chamber so that your vehicle can even run. Assuming that your ignition system is electric, as most modern vehicles’ are, your system is composed of ignition wires, a spark plug coil, a spark plug wire harness, spark plugs wires, an ignition module, a distributor, a distributor cap and a rotor. The distributor contains a sensor, which picks up commands and lets the coils know when they need to be activated. Every part of the system, from the wires down to the plugs, have a part in the conversation, which is why it is so important that every aspect of your Jeep’s ignition system is in good working order.

When Sparks Don’t Fly
Because an ignition system is comprised of so many working parts, there are numerous failure points. When a coil malfunction, sparks won’t be present. When a rotor fails, there won’t be any sparks. When a wire is disconnected, frayed or in bad condition, they may short out and break contact altogether. The outcome in each of these scenarios is always the same: your rig won’t start. If you don’t want your Jeep to become an expensive piece of lawn art, shop replacement parts at 4WheelParts.com today.

Affordable Aftermarket Parts
At 4 Wheel Parts, we sell high quality aftermarket parts for the lowest prices around. If you find an item for less than what we advertise ours for, let us know and we’ll match that low price, guaranteed. Keep the sparks flying, and shop our inventory today!

Jeep Ignition 101
Your rig’s ignition is responsible for igniting the fuel in the internal combustion chamber so that your vehicle can even run. Assuming that your ignition system is electric, as most modern vehicles’ are, your system is composed of ignition wires, a spark plug coil, a spark plug wire harness, spark plugs wires, an ignition module, a distributor, a distributor cap and a rotor. The distributor contains a sensor, which picks up commands and lets the coils know when they need to be activated. Every part of the system, from the wires down to the plugs, have a part in the conversation, which is why it is so important that every aspect of your Jeep’s ignition system is in good working order.

When Sparks Don’t Fly
Because an ignition system is comprised of so many working parts, there are numerous failure points. When a coil malfunction, sparks won’t be present. When a rotor fails, there won’t be any sparks. When a wire is disconnected, frayed or in bad condition, they may short out and break contact altogether. The outcome in each of these scenarios is always the same: your rig won’t start. If you don’t want your Jeep to become an expensive piece of lawn art, shop replacement parts at 4WheelParts.com today.

Affordable Aftermarket Parts
At 4 Wheel Parts, we sell high quality aftermarket parts for the lowest prices around. If you find an item for less than what we advertise ours for, let us know and we’ll match that low price, guaranteed. Keep the sparks flying, and shop our inventory today!

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