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Vemo
1993 Geo Storm Ignition Coil Vemo

P311-4BF2198    W0133-1682222  New

Qty:
$46.75
Vemo Ignition Coil
Brand: Vemo
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1993 - Geo Storm
Beck Arnley
1991 Geo Metro Ignition Coil 3 Cyl 1.0L Beck Arnley

P311-435FEE0    178-8082  New

Qty:
$37.31
Beck Arnley Ignition Coil
  • IGNITION COIL
  • Vehicles Built For U.S. Market
  • Beck/Arnley parts meet foreign nameplate OE specifications for form, fit and function. Our product specialists work with a network of global sourcing partners so you can install the right part with confidence.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Beck Arnley
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1991 - Geo Metro L 3 Cyl 1.0L 61 993
Beck Arnley
1989 Geo Prizm Ignition Coil 4 Cyl 1.6L Beck Arnley

P311-3309BCE    178-8144  New

Qty:
$35.19
Beck Arnley Ignition Coil
  • IGNITION COIL
  • Beck/Arnley parts meet foreign nameplate OE specifications for form, fit and function. Our product specialists work with a network of global sourcing partners so you can install the right part with confidence.
Brand: Beck Arnley
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1989 - Geo Prizm L 4 Cyl 1.6L 98 1588
Beck Arnley
1997 Geo Prizm Ignition Coil 4 Cyl 1.8L Beck Arnley

P311-489A37B    178-8164  New

Qty:
$26.12
Beck Arnley Ignition Coil
  • IGNITION COIL
  • External Resistor Not Required
  • Beck/Arnley parts meet foreign nameplate OE specifications for form, fit and function. Our product specialists work with a network of global sourcing partners so you can install the right part with confidence.
Brand: Beck Arnley
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1997 - Geo Prizm L 4 Cyl 1.8L 107 1762
Delphi
1993 Geo Tracker Ignition Coil 4 Cyl 1.6L Delphi

P311-2B9B490    GN10398  New

52-1512 , IC195SB , 88921350 , IC195 , UF-144 , 178-8228 , E621 , C1028 , CLS1140 , 33410-56B10 , 5129 , 96064792 , 3341056B10 , 5C1030 , U1040 , 3341056BL0

Qty:
$55.13
  • Ignition Coil
  • Delphi is an OEM supplier
  • Product Attributes:
    • California Proposition 65: Warning: This Product Can Expose You To Chemicals Including Lead, Which Is Known To The State Of California To Cause Cancer And Birth Defects Or Reproductive Harm. For More Information Go To Www.p65warnings.ca.gov.
    • Terminal Type: Blade
  • Delphi OE technology ignition products are validated to match the vehicles system; OE quality replacement parts for the right fit , form and function; Delphi coils provide OE performance, durability and electromagnetic capacity level requirements.
Brand: Delphi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1993 - Geo Tracker L 4 Cyl 1.6L 98 1588
Delphi
1995 Geo Tracker Ignition Coil 4 Cyl 1.6L Delphi

P311-4F1B255    GN10509  New

9004852094000 , 90048-52080-000 , 9004852080000 , 3341062E10 , 30009850 , C-849 , 5C1132 , 5C1285 , 5146 , 52-1512 , C1028 , 52-1513 , F513 , 3341050G10 , U1050 , 30013123 , C1252 , E533 , 5136 , E520A , 52-1648 , IC135 , 5C1030 , D565 , 5127 , IC135SB , 178-8209 , 33410-50G10 , 5128 , 50052 , CUF76 , E726P , D595A , UF-76 , 9004852083000 , 96068687 , E726 , C1029 , 178-8238

Qty:
$56.90
  • Ignition Coil
  • Delphi is an OEM supplier
  • Product Attributes:
    • California Proposition 65: Warning: This Product Can Expose You To Chemicals Including Lead, Which Is Known To The State Of California To Cause Cancer And Birth Defects Or Reproductive Harm. For More Information Go To Www.p65warnings.ca.gov.
    • Coil Type: Dis Coil
    • Terminal Type: Blade
  • Delphi OE technology ignition products are validated to match the vehicles system; OE quality replacement parts for the right fit , form and function; Delphi coils provide OE performance, durability and electromagnetic capacity level requirements.
Brand: Delphi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1995 - Geo Tracker L 4 Cyl 1.6L 98 1588
Delphi
1989 Geo Spectrum Ignition Coil 4 Cyl 1.5L Delphi

P311-44E0B2C    GN10216  New

52-2002 , 178-8164 , IC175 , E536 , 5C1073 , U1013 , IC176SB , 9091902164 , E606 , 94404545 , C-628 , E570 , UF-103T , 90919-02164 , 8944045450 , E606P , E596 , UF-103 , 8-94404-545-0 , C972 , CUF103 , 5060 , CLS1101 , 94853695

Qty:
$19.05
  • Ignition Coil
  • Delphi is an OEM supplier
  • Product Attributes:
    • California Proposition 65: Warning: This Product Can Expose You To Chemicals Including Lead, Which Is Known To The State Of California To Cause Cancer And Birth Defects Or Reproductive Harm. For More Information Go To Www.p65warnings.ca.gov.
    • Coil Type: Hei Coil
    • Interface Description: 2 Unsealed Threaded Studs
    • Notes: U Shaped Output Terminal
    • Terminal Type: Pin
    • Type/Series: Hei Coil
  • Delphi OE technology ignition products are validated to match the vehicles system; OE quality replacement parts for the right fit , form and function; Delphi coils provide OE performance, durability and electromagnetic capacity level requirements.
Brand: Delphi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1989 - Geo Spectrum L 4 Cyl 1.5L 92 1471
Delphi
1993 Geo Storm Ignition Coil Delphi

P311-338EA3E    GN10048  New

1115468 , DR186CS , C846 , 34466 , 1115466 , 26260 , D575 , 178-8193 , D535 , 218287 , 1AMIC00004 , D555 , IC29 , 12498334 , 3506 , DR37 , 218205 , 218246 , E46 , CDR37 , 34467 , 8-01115-466-0 , 218190 , 1788193 , 5198 , C-846 , 8350 1871 , DR186 , 1788179 , 6A1 , 8124983340 , D544 , 1115317 , 8011153150 , 77006 , IC46SB , 10477944 , E547 , D503A , 10477208 , DR-37T , 00243 , 34033 , C-641 , 1115315 , 5C1029 , 920-1004 , U1054 , 8011154660 , CLS1061 , 342G

Qty:
$29.50
  • Ignition Coil
  • Delphi is an OEM supplier
  • Product Attributes:
    • California Proposition 65: Warning: This Product Can Expose You To Chemicals Including Lead, Which Is Known To The State Of California To Cause Cancer And Birth Defects Or Reproductive Harm. For More Information Go To Www.p65warnings.ca.gov.
    • Coil Type: Hei Coil
    • Interface Description: 4 Female Pins Unsealed Connector & 1 Hv Terminal
    • Notes: Coil Without Module
    • Terminal Gender: Female
    • Terminal Type: Blade
  • Delphi OE technology ignition products are validated to match the vehicles system; OE quality replacement parts for the right fit , form and function; Delphi coils provide OE performance, durability and electromagnetic capacity level requirements.
Brand: Delphi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1993 - Geo Storm
Delphi
1990 Geo Tracker Ignition Coil 4 Cyl 1.6L Delphi

P311-5460792    GN10724  New

96069397 , IC10SB , FD-471 , C867 , IC10 , E70 , E70P , C-738 , 5C1069

Qty:
$29.46
  • Ignition Coil
  • Delphi is an OEM supplier
  • Product Attributes:
    • California Proposition 65: Warning: This Product Can Expose You To Chemicals Including Lead, Which Is Known To The State Of California To Cause Cancer And Birth Defects Or Reproductive Harm. For More Information Go To Www.p65warnings.ca.gov.
    • Coil Type: Oil Filled Coil
    • Terminal Type: Blade
  • Delphi OE technology ignition products are validated to match the vehicles system; OE quality replacement parts for the right fit , form and function; Delphi coils provide OE performance, durability and electromagnetic capacity level requirements.
Brand: Delphi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1990 - Geo Tracker L 4 Cyl 1.6L 98 1588
Delphi
1991 Geo Metro Ignition Coil 3 Cyl 1.0L Delphi

P311-5460792    GN10724  New

96069397 , IC10SB , FD-471 , C867 , IC10 , E70 , E70P , C-738 , 5C1069

Qty:
$29.46
  • Ignition Coil
  • To 12/01/1990 Delphi is an OEM supplier
  • Product Attributes:
    • California Proposition 65: Warning: This Product Can Expose You To Chemicals Including Lead, Which Is Known To The State Of California To Cause Cancer And Birth Defects Or Reproductive Harm. For More Information Go To Www.p65warnings.ca.gov.
    • Coil Type: Oil Filled Coil
    • Terminal Type: Blade
  • Delphi OE technology ignition products are validated to match the vehicles system; OE quality replacement parts for the right fit , form and function; Delphi coils provide OE performance, durability and electromagnetic capacity level requirements.
Brand: Delphi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1991 - Geo Metro L 3 Cyl 1.0L 61 993
Standard Ignition
1993 Geo Storm Ignition Coil Standard Ignition

P311-16E5416    DR-37  New

12498334 , 5744023 , 8983501871 , 1106013 , 813597 , 8-01115-466-0 , 824728 , 83501871 , 820133 , 814541 , 823294 , 19005205 , 1115317 , 83502140 , 898253T27 , 1115491 , 8-01115-315-0 , 1871561 , 10477208 , 1115466 , 1841856 , 824987 , 806673T1 , 1115315 , E46 , 1115468

Qty:
$33.39
Standard Ignition Ignition Coil
  • Ignition Coil
  • Blue Streak Premium Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Coil Type: Electronic
    • Color/Finish: Blue
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Connector Shape: Rectangular
    • Connector Type: Plug In
    • Mounting Location: Engine Head
    • Terminal Gender: Female
    • Terminal Type: Blade Plug
  • 100% pure copper windings in primary and secondary bobbins improve durability and provide higher resistance to internal shorts and dielectric breakdown. Thermoplastic housing withstands heat stress for enhanced durability. External core made from oriented silicon steel ensures durability and longevity. Stainless steel spring resists corrosion. Tin-plated brass terminals improve electrical contact and protect against corrosion. High-dielectric epoxy injected into case and pulled into vacuum to eliminate air pockets and prevent moisture intrusion or thermal breakdown.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1993 - Geo Storm
Standard Ignition
1990 Geo Metro Ignition Coil Standard Ignition

P311-14A6C29    FD-471  New

7700562370 , 22433-N8700 , 19106489 , 383449 , 61ASS , E70 , 30500-SA5-900 , T1348252 , 42988-8000 , D5TE-12029AB , F801-18-100 , 0854269800 , 22433-53A10 , 22462-11M40 , 1972277 , B6A-12029B , 22433-11M40 , 510897 , 22448-W0560 , 12309048 , 22433-R2400 , 8-94235-997-0 , T0669324 , D3AF 12029 A , D8PJ 12029 AA , 711M 12024 AB , T0569597 , 116426507900 , 383444 , T0562370 , D0PF 12029 B , 12337503 , F802-18-100 , 22433-N8710 , 22448-V5410 , 7700699324 , 8-94116-331-0 , D5PZ-12029A , 60744199 , 33410-82010 , 8-94238-604-0 , 90919-02071 , 71HM 12024 AA , 7700552370 , C3TF 12029 A , 12131-359-637 , 3638411-3 , 22433-09F00 , 029 700 5750 , E5A1-18-100 , E8TF 12029 BA , T0552370 , D4AZ-12029A , 22448-W0570 , FAC-12029A , 8-94230-995-1 , C3TZ-12029A , MD013780 , F850-18-100

Qty:
$29.69
Standard Ignition Ignition Coil
  • Ignition Coil
  • Blue Streak Premium Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: No Connector
    • Contents: Ignition Coil
    • Mounting Location: External
    • Terminal Type: Screw
  • Standard® Blue Streak DIS ignition coils use pure copper windings in both bobbins to improve durability and provide higher resistance to internal shorts and dielectric breakdown. Standard® Blue Streak coils can run hotter without breaking down. A full E-Lam core of silicon steel and solid brass high voltage terminals protects against corrosion. Standard® Blue Streak DIS coils are built for maximum output voltage. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1990 - Geo Metro
Standard Ignition
1990 Geo Tracker Ignition Coil Standard Ignition

P311-419A109    UC-12  New

Qty:
$29.42
Standard Ignition Ignition Coil
  • Ignition Coil
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Contents: Ignition Coil
    • Mounting Location: External
    • Terminal Gender: Female
    • Terminal Type: Stud
  • A full E-Lam core of silicon steel and solid brass high voltage terminals protects against corrosion. Our coil is built for maximum output voltage. Our coil is low resistance and improved turns ratio produces a powerful spark for improved performance. Our coil is built with premium metal canister is filled with a finest grade oil for cooling. We use 100:1 turns ratio and lower primary resistance produce high voltage output.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1990 - Geo Tracker
Standard Ignition
1990 Geo Tracker Ignition Coil Standard Ignition

P311-4969F20    UC-12X  New

J3144688 , 4158493 , 3144688 , 1115156 , 1115159 , MD003824 , 7700555593 , MD003823 , 3131499 , 1115112 , 1146871 , J3124631 , 1658853 , 1115131 , 1115174 , 1115139 , 8N5220 , 1115096 , 1115094 , 1115171 , 898253T24 , 1115081 , J3141499 , 1115082 , 1115134 , 8125028 , 1115210 , 1115201 , MD092348 , 3208863 , 1115162 , 1115118 , 1115163 , 1115116 , 2495531 , MD003804 , J3145641 , MD073079 , J3208861 , 1115161 , J3208863 , 1115086 , 1115037 , 1115125 , J3208343 , 1115038 , 1115084 , 1115039 , 1115105 , 3181788 , 1115192 , MM115565 , 3145641 , 2444242 , 1115207 , 1115036 , 1115211 , J3202197 , 3208861 , 1115083 , 1115138 , 1115097 , 1115121 , J8125028 , 1115087 , 1115157 , 249553 , 1115165 , 1115202 , 1115204 , 3124631 , 1115158 , 7700569597 , 4386220 , 7700669324 , 2084847 , MD003814 , MM115566 , 1115100 , 3145125 , 1688212 , J200692 , MD025703 , 1115114 , 1115091 , 1688215 , T0555593 , MD01780 , 4514967 , 1486136 , 1115206 , J3173292 , 1115123 , 2958188 , 1818576 , 1115137 , 1115122 , 200692 , 1120523 , 1115170 , 1115115 , 4261940 , 3157219 , 1115132 , 3202197 , 1115209 , 3208343 , 1115176 , 1115119 , MD069937 , MD003806 , 1115154 , 1164587 , 1658431 , 1115182 , 1115120 , 1115160 , 3151499 , 1115085 , 1115164 , 1115152 , 1496063 , 87879 , 1115110 , J3145125 , 1115099 , J3151499 , 1115200 , 1115179 , 1123553 , 1115098 , J3157219 , MD003820 , 1115104 , 1115190 , J3181788 , 1115205 , 2095223 , 3173292 , 1115193 , 1115191 , 1115169 , 200575 , 1115136 , 1115088

Qty:
$35.61
Standard Ignition Ignition Coil
  • Ignition Coil
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: No Connector
    • Contents: 1 Coil, 2 Nuts, 2 Lock Washers
    • Mounting Location: Universal
    • Terminal Type: Stud
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1990 - Geo Tracker
Standard Ignition
1989 Geo Spectrum Ignition Coil Standard Ignition

P311-40BEDA7    UF-103  New

E596 , 8-94404-545-0 , 2-5060 , 344T , 94404545 , 90919-02164 , C972 , 26308 , 5C1073 , GN10216 , 178-8167 , 029 700 6310 , 94853695 , E606 , 88921431 , 52-2002 , U1013 , C-628

Qty:
$35.64
Standard Ignition Ignition Coil
  • Ignition Coil
  • Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Contents: Ignition Coil
    • Mounting Location: External
    • Terminal Type: Screw
  • Our ignition coils use 100% pure copper windings in the primary and secondary bobbins to improve durability and provide higher resistance to internal shorts and dielectric breakdown. Our premium ignition coils consist of a special blended formula for the best performance, longest life and better heat dissipation. A full E-Lam core of silicon steel and solid brass high voltage terminals protects against corrosion. Our ignition coils are built for maximum output voltage. Primary and Secondary windings feature enamel magnet wire for the highest temperature rating in the aftermarket. As a tier I manufacturer with engineering and design capabilities second to none, our ignition coils are made to the highest quality standards. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1989 - Geo Spectrum
Standard Ignition
1989 Geo Prizm Ignition Coil Standard Ignition

P311-24F7B17    UF-40  New

GN10052 , 90919-02196 , C-626 , 90919-02135 , 2-5084 , C861 , 342Y , 5C1076 , U1087 , GN10057 , 52-1929 , 178-8144 , 19017139 , 90919-02139 , E540 , E570 , 7989 , 94847392 , 94840127 , 6-534

Qty:
$32.52
Standard Ignition Ignition Coil
  • Ignition Coil
  • Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: No Connector
    • Contents: Ignition Coil
    • Mounting Location: External
    • Terminal Type: Screw
  • Our ignition coils use 100% pure copper windings in the primary and secondary bobbins to improve durability and provide higher resistance to internal shorts and dielectric breakdown. Our premium ignition coils consist of a special blended formula for the best performance, longest life and better heat dissipation. A full E-Lam core of silicon steel and solid brass high voltage terminals protects against corrosion. Our ignition coils are built for maximum output voltage. Primary and Secondary windings feature enamel magnet wire for the highest temperature rating in the aftermarket. As a tier I manufacturer with engineering and design capabilities second to none, our ignition coils are made to the highest quality standards. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1989 - Geo Prizm
Standard Ignition
1994 Geo Tracker Ignition Coil Standard Ignition

P311-03E7E55    UF-76  New

U1050 , C1028 , 349W , C1116 , 5C1383 , 5C1132 , 5C1285 , 33410-60EC0 , 178-8209 , 30009850 , 90048-52097 , 90048-52097-000 , 52-1736 , 52-1513 , C1252 , 33410-50G10 , C-849 , 178-8229 , 33410-62E10 , 30013123 , 52-1648 , C1029 , C1383 , 90048-52094-000 , 178-8230 , 90048-52083-000 , GN10509 , 90048-52080-000 , D595A , E726 , 96068687

Qty:
$57.02
Standard Ignition Ignition Coil
  • Ignition Coil
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Contents: Ignition Coil
    • Mounting Location: External
    • Terminal Type: Blade Plug
  • Our ignition coils use 100% pure copper windings in the primary and secondary bobbins to improve durability and provide higher resistance to internal shorts and dielectric breakdown. Our premium ignition coils consist of a special blended formula for the best performance, longest life and better heat dissipation. A full E-Lam core of silicon steel and solid brass high voltage terminals protects against corrosion. Our ignition coils are built for maximum output voltage. Primary and Secondary windings feature enamel magnet wire for the highest temperature rating in the aftermarket. As a tier I manufacturer with engineering and design capabilities second to none, our ignition coils are made to the highest quality standards. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1994 - Geo Tracker
Standard Ignition
1995 Geo Prizm Ignition Coil 4 Cyl 1.8L Standard Ignition

P311-203066E    UF-111  New

C-623 , 90919-02163 , E580 , 5C1134 , 920-1019 , 178-8164 , U1014 , GN10173 , 7A8 , E607 , 345M , C971 , 26334 , 94855502 , 2-5059 , 88921289 , 52-2001

Qty:
$47.50
Standard Ignition Ignition Coil
  • Ignition Coil
  • Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Contents: Ignition Coil
    • Mounting Location: Inside Distributor
    • Terminal Type: Stud
  • Our ignition coils use 100% pure copper windings in the primary and secondary bobbins to improve durability and provide higher resistance to internal shorts and dielectric breakdown. Our premium ignition coils consist of a special blended formula for the best performance, longest life and better heat dissipation. A full E-Lam core of silicon steel and solid brass high voltage terminals protects against corrosion. Our ignition coils are built for maximum output voltage. Primary and Secondary windings feature enamel magnet wire for the highest temperature rating in the aftermarket. As a tier I manufacturer with engineering and design capabilities second to none, our ignition coils are made to the highest quality standards. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1995 - Geo Prizm L 4 Cyl 1.8L 107 1762
Standard Ignition
1992 Geo Metro Ignition Coil 3 Cyl 1.0L Standard Ignition

P311-14A6C29    FD-471  New

7700562370 , 22433-N8700 , 19106489 , 383449 , 61ASS , E70 , 30500-SA5-900 , T1348252 , 42988-8000 , D5TE-12029AB , F801-18-100 , 0854269800 , 22433-53A10 , 22462-11M40 , 1972277 , B6A-12029B , 22433-11M40 , 510897 , 22448-W0560 , 12309048 , 22433-R2400 , 8-94235-997-0 , T0669324 , D3AF 12029 A , D8PJ 12029 AA , 711M 12024 AB , T0569597 , 116426507900 , 383444 , T0562370 , D0PF 12029 B , 12337503 , F802-18-100 , 22433-N8710 , 22448-V5410 , 7700699324 , 8-94116-331-0 , D5PZ-12029A , 60744199 , 33410-82010 , 8-94238-604-0 , 90919-02071 , 71HM 12024 AA , 7700552370 , C3TF 12029 A , 12131-359-637 , 3638411-3 , 22433-09F00 , 029 700 5750 , E5A1-18-100 , E8TF 12029 BA , T0552370 , D4AZ-12029A , 22448-W0570 , FAC-12029A , 8-94230-995-1 , C3TZ-12029A , MD013780 , F850-18-100

Qty:
$29.69
Standard Ignition Ignition Coil
  • Ignition Coil
  • Canister Type Coil Blue Streak Premium Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: No Connector
    • Contents: Ignition Coil
    • Mounting Location: External
    • Terminal Type: Screw
  • Standard® Blue Streak DIS ignition coils use pure copper windings in both bobbins to improve durability and provide higher resistance to internal shorts and dielectric breakdown. Standard® Blue Streak coils can run hotter without breaking down. A full E-Lam core of silicon steel and solid brass high voltage terminals protects against corrosion. Standard® Blue Streak DIS coils are built for maximum output voltage. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1992 - Geo Metro L 3 Cyl 1.0L 61 993
Standard Ignition
1996 Geo Metro Ignition Coil Standard Ignition

P311-03E7E55    UF-76  New

U1050 , C1028 , 349W , C1116 , 5C1383 , 5C1132 , 5C1285 , 33410-60EC0 , 178-8209 , 30009850 , 90048-52097 , 90048-52097-000 , 52-1736 , 52-1513 , C1252 , 33410-50G10 , C-849 , 178-8229 , 33410-62E10 , 30013123 , 52-1648 , C1029 , C1383 , 90048-52094-000 , 178-8230 , 90048-52083-000 , GN10509 , 90048-52080-000 , D595A , E726 , 96068687

Qty:
$57.02
Standard Ignition Ignition Coil
  • Ignition Coil
  • w/o Bracket
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Contents: Ignition Coil
    • Mounting Location: External
    • Terminal Type: Blade Plug
  • Our ignition coils use 100% pure copper windings in the primary and secondary bobbins to improve durability and provide higher resistance to internal shorts and dielectric breakdown. Our premium ignition coils consist of a special blended formula for the best performance, longest life and better heat dissipation. A full E-Lam core of silicon steel and solid brass high voltage terminals protects against corrosion. Our ignition coils are built for maximum output voltage. Primary and Secondary windings feature enamel magnet wire for the highest temperature rating in the aftermarket. As a tier I manufacturer with engineering and design capabilities second to none, our ignition coils are made to the highest quality standards. As a global manufacturer of original equipment ignition products, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1996 - Geo Metro

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1994 Geo Prizm Won't Start Blows AM1 Fuse

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Question From Smac on 1994 Geo Prizm Won't Start Blows AM1 Fuse

I was backing out of a driveway yesterday and it just died and had to have it towed. We checked fuses and noticed the AM1 fuse was blown so we put another one in, blew as soon as we tried starting it. It will just turn over and but won't start. We just replaced the ignition coil not long ago and the fuel filter.
What does the AM1 fuse and AM2 fuse do?

I really need this car fixed and like now.

Thanks ahead time if you can help!
Shelly

Response From steve01832

The AM1 fuse is for the starter relay. Hope this helps.

Steve

Response From Smac Top Rated Answer

Thanks I'll let my man know that. Would this cause it to just turn over and not start though? I know dumb question, but he's asleep and I feel bad anytime anything goes wrong with my cars!

Response From steve01832

Sorry, I didn't realize the second wiring diagram didn't attach. Here it is.

Steve

Response From Smac

Thanks so much Steve. I didn't even see the first one! LOL

97 Geo Metro stalls and won't start

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Question From ke012600 on 97 Geo Metro stalls and won't start

1997 Geo Metro LSI / 4-cylinder / 1.3L 2Dr Hatchback / Only 87,5XX miles

Geo started stalling out and wouldn't start. Let it sit for a couple days, then it fired up and drove about 30-45 minutes, stalled out and died. Had it towed back. Changed the battery which had a dead cell, air filter which was pretty dirty, and the fuel filter which was likely somewhat dirty. Started up and ran like a charm for a day and a half. Died again, had it towed back. Day later, it started right up but idled low. Ran for a bit then died again. Towed it back. Changed the fuel filter (which I vow to NEVER do again). Drove it in circles around the block for about 5 minutes, seemed to work great. Next day, fired right up, no low idle, sounded great. Drove it about 20 miles and it died again. Had it towed back. (Insurance company now hates me.) Took the ignition coil and ignition module to Auto Zone and both tested OK. Took the pickup coil off and checked the ohms and it measures a resistance of about 200. Haynes manual says it should test between 140-190 so I doubt that's the problem. I'm at a loss for what to try next. Mechanic friend says the spark plugs would make it die right away OR not start, as opposed to driving until it warms up before dying. ??
I'm a female and I know nothing about cars, so if someone could give me detailed ideas of what to do next, it'd be greatly appreciated!!!

Response From Tom Greenleaf

YOU said you know nothing about cars, so............ With a problem like this that can behave you or someone is going to have to catch it in the act and determine what is missing most likely either spark or fuel delivery. That mean you could need stuff at the ready just to narrow it down never mind the fix.

Not sure if insurance is going to like another tow but if you can risk the run to get a good code reading it might lead to the problem. If when it ran the check engine light was on there's definitely a code or more stored that could help a lot,

T

Response From ke012600

Check engine light not on, but had it read anyway. No codes available.
I know it's either fuel problem or ignition problem, but through everything I've already done to it, I still can't narrow down the problem. I've been with it every time it's died and I know all the symptoms. What exactly should I be looking for that will be a determinable factor?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

This is tricky if by yourself. You would need even a basic spark tester or in line test light showing that spark is going to even one spark plug when cranking and not starting. The cranking and looking underhood alone can be done but another gadget to crank while under the hood.

If you don't hear fuel pump prime up with just key to run - should give a quick buzz then quit. If you are stuck on a busy street forget hearing it Been there done that.

Other for lack of fuel would be to spray some starting fluid into throttle body which requires knowing how to do that, reassemble the parts so they are still spark arrestors and if it makes a quick run and stalls you know you lack fuel but not why yet.

It's not funny as you are still on the side of a road or someplace you don't want to be. A higher end code reading may be needed. Even without a code or check engine light that had been on there could be a code pending.

This stinks. There are more tools and tests that probably will not prove a thing unless you catch it. Same if you take it to a shop and tell the story it might just behave perfectly. No harm in asking if a shop will take this on and just let it run hoping it will happen or drive it till it does IF THERE ARE NO OTHER CLUES AS TO WHY that are found.

Do you have a shop or tech that will take this on? I hate to suggest tossing parts that are on a maybe list that could do this unless dirt cheap but you may hear that as the suggested route and still not sure until is doesn't pull this crap again for quite a while,

T

Response From ke012600 Top Rated Answer

Did a basic spark test as described by my mechanic friend by inserting a long screwdriver into the spark plug socket and then the metal side of the screwdriver toward the engine. All 4 spark plug sockets had quick orangish sparks.

The fuel pump does engage with the key on. It was engaging even prior to changing the fuel pump out, but since the pump was changed, it is now louder and obviously stronger. No problems there.

Spraying carbeurator cleaner onto the throttle body (my neighbor did that) made it start but as soon as the spraying stopped, it died.

I'm not looking for anyone to say change this part, change that part so I can nickel and dime myself to death. But if there are parts that anyone can suggest that may be part of the problem, that will give me more to research and hopefully more arrows to my answers. Avoiding taking it to a shop because I haven't got $800 in my back pocket and even if I did, I'd rather do the things myself that are possible in my driveway. I'm a relatively intelligent girl, so I have no problem researching this stuff and figuring out how to do it.

Thanks for all your help so far!

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Seems you are now dealing with the lack of fuel delivery. Forget chasing spark for now. Noisy new pump? Hmmm. Pressure test that at fuel rail both just key on run and when engine running. The tester should hold that pressure for a decent time when car is shut off.

Noisy doesn't mean it's working properly or not with the fuel pump. If notably noisy it may need to be replaced again and not even the problem at hand!

I hear you with the nickle and dime thing. It's now 50s, 100s and more. Basic car but the test tools and plain hand tools to have enough could probably buy a new one and that would be at a minimum. Not hard to spend more on some tools than the job would cost to send out but you probably can isolate it. About now I say fuel pressure is dropping off - just the guess du jour for now,

T

Response From Hammer Time

What exactly should I be looking for

A qualified repair shop

1995 Geo Prism - failure to start

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Question From robertsfd2002 on 1995 Geo Prism - failure to start

I read the "CRANK BUT WON'T START" sticky, but some of it's over my head; if this means I can't be helped, that's understandable, but I thought I'd try.

1995 Geo Prism Lsi 1.8L with 136,000 miles (bought this new 18 years ago and have been the only owner): was running fine, then sits for one week (I've had it sit for several weeks before with no problems). Wife starts it to move it to end of driveway and mentions it is hard to start (takes several tries but it gets moved). Two days later I start it fine and drive it 25 miles with a few stops along the way - no indication of any problem whatsoever. Next day it won't start. Turns over but no start, not even acting like it wants to.

What I did: Starting fluid into throttle body - this does nothing. Pulled plug wires, inserted screwdriver and held to metal block and get a spark across.

Not sure what to do now. Other advice found on Internet for similar problems but I'm not really sure how or what to do as I'm a novice. No tools owned other than basic tools (socket set, screwdrivers, etc).

Any help appreciated. I'd like to keep driving the car and am willing to try fixing it. Wife wants to trash the car, but it was running just fine and has been a great car and I think it must be something small - it's been paid for a long time and is cheap to drive and I don't want to give that up.

Thanks in advance.

Response From Discretesignals

It probably didn't break the timing belt because it wouldn't have spark if that was the case. Don't really see a timing belt causing it to run fine one minute and not the other, but checking compression would be a good idea anyway.

Does it have good spark. You stated you saw spark, but it may not be strong enough. You need to see if the spark will jump at least a 3/4 inch gap. That is how much KV it will take to jump the gap in the plug inside the combustion chamber.

Did you check the rest of the cylinders for spark?

Response From robertsfd2002

I did check all four plug wires. However, I did not have much of a gap. It is dark right now, but I will do this again in the morning and see if it will arc across 3/4 inch. If it doesn't, does that point to something easy to fix?

I'll report back tomorrow. Thanks for the quick responses. I wish I could be as quick to check this tonight.

Response From Discretesignals

If it can't jump at least a 3/4 inch gap, you could have weak coil and/or plug/coil wire problems.

Response From robertsfd2002

Okay, here's where I'm at: screwdriver in plug wire will spark across about 1/4 gap. Anything further and there's nothing.

I don't know if the spark color would matter, but it seems to be a combination of white and some yellow.

One other thing I tried doing - pulling the spark plugs: I said I was a novice, perhaps I'm also an idiot - but I can't seem to get the spark plugs out. Tried various size sockets and nothing is working. Are there plugs that are other than "normal" - normal being plugs I use for my lawnmower and go-kart?

Anyway, what should I do/try next? How can I tell if the coil is a problem?

Thanks.

Response From Hammer Time

These are 5/6" plugs, not the 13/16 in you lawn mower.

Response From robertsfd2002

Do you mean 5/8? Which is what I thought it would be.

I can't get a 3/4 socket in the plug hole, much less anything bigger. If it's 5/6 I assume I need a special spark plug socket (I was trying to use regular sockets when my 5/8 was not working).

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer


Okay, here's where I'm at: screwdriver in plug wire will spark across about 1/4 gap. Anything further and there's nothing.




That's a problem. You have weak spark. Inside the combustion chamber with all the pressure, it take more KV to get the spark to jump than it would if you had jumping through your screwdriver out in the open. You need to do a tune-up which includes plugs, wires, cap, and rotor and replace the ignition coil.

Response From robertsfd2002

Here's the real question: will I be able to do this myself? I'd like to try, partly to save a tow charge and labor charges, partly to show myself that I can do this.

My extent of engine repair/maintenance has been changing oil and removing and disassembling and reassembling a carb on a go kart and on my lawnmower.

Without knowing me, what do you think? Is this do-able for the average (or maybe below average) non-mechanic?

Second question: if I do this and it still won't start, what might be the next culprit? I'm guessing $150+ for the plugs, wires, cap, rotor and ignition coil. A distributor or an ignition control module could be another $500. And if it isn't with the ignition system, then what?

I'm limited in funds and ability, so I'm second guessing all this. If $150 gets me back on the road, I'll be happy though.

Any thoughts?

EDIT: additional question - should I test the coil or anything else first? Or if I replace one thing, should everything be replaced?

Response From Discretesignals

Not sure if you can do it yourself, but you'll have to remove the distributor from the engine, take the cover off under the rotor, remove the nuts holding the wires to the coil, and then remove the screws holding the coil to the housing. It's not really that difficult. You should also replace the distributor o ring.

Before you remove the distributor, mark the position of the distributor and take note of which direction the rotor is pointing in the distributor. Be gentle with the coil primary wires and put them back in the same spots.

If you have to, take pics with your phone.

Coils do not like when the high secondary voltage they generate can't find ground or has a hard time getting to ground. The voltage has to go someplace and that could be right though plug wire insulation or out the body of the coil if you have too much resistance on the secondary side. 20,000 volts will somehow find a ground other than through the spark plugs' gaps if your wires, cap, or rotor, and/or plugs are worn out.

If the wires and plugs are old or have lots of mileage on them it is a good idea to change them out to give your new coil a chance at a long life.

Another way a coil goes bad is if coil winding short out in either the primary or secondary side of the coil. The constant heating and cooling of the winding will eventually cause breaks or shorts in the windings. Just a fact of life for any ignition coil.

The only other thing that could cause a coil to produce a weak spark would be if the primary turn off time is more than 20 micro seconds or you have resistance in the primary circuits on either the power or ground side.

You can check for ignition voltage using a volt meter at the coil itself. It should be around 10-12 volts while your cranking the engine., but the ground side is going to switch from ignition voltage to near zero really fast. Your volt meter won't be able to see that. You would need a good high end lab scope to see turn off time, and that may be out of the question in your case.

Response From robertsfd2002

Okay, another question. Due to my nervousness of spending money to find something else is really the culprit is the reason I ask this.

Could the timing belt cause such a problem? Is there a way to see if that is the problem first? Or if perhaps it's part of the problem?

Response From Hammer Time

The test sequence from the sticky was designed t answer these questions.

Response From robertsfd2002

Perhaps I'm not seeing the sticky you are referring to, unless you mean that because timing belt is not mentioned in one of the four tests in the "crank but won't start" sticky that the answer would be no.

I asked this because my father-in-law is insisting that if there is ANY spark it should fire with starter fluid sprayed directly in. Now he is not here to check it out visually, but he's done this on the side for quite some time. And when I initially searched for ideas on what could be wrong, while replacing plugs, wires, coil, etc was mentioned most often, timing belt was second.

Not questioning your expertise, just trying to fully understand what I'm getting into and if timing belt may be an issue particularly due to my father-in-law's advice.

Thanks again.

Response From Discretesignals

I'll tell you what. At work we currently have a 92 Corolla with a 4AFE in for a power steering leak. I'll go test the coil output at one of the plug wires tomorrow and let you know if the spark can jump more than a 1/4 inch gap.

Response From robertsfd2002

Thanks. I'm just trying to make sure I understand all this. I do truly appreciate all the help. And when I get this thing running again, you'll get much of the credit. I just hope I can avoid towing it to the mechanic.

I'm going to bed now and try to dream of success.

Response From Discretesignals

Went ahead and tested the coil on this Toyota with a 1.6L 4AFE this morning.

During cranking the required voltage to ionize the gap in the plug was around 30,000 volts during engine cranking right before it started. Then as fuel was injected the KV dropped to around 12,000 volts. I verified this by using a spark tester and the spark easily jumped a 3/4 inch gap in the tester which equates to around 20 KV. You need a coil and tune up.


Response From robertsfd2002

Discretesignals and Hammer Time, thank you both for your input.

Okay, I'm going to do this. I've got some time in a week or two when I can get this done. I'll report back then to let you know how it goes.

Thanks again!

Response From robertsfd2002

OK, I'm getting close. While waiting for enough time to try to do this during daylight, I bought a Haynes repair manual and did some reading and more looking around for similar type problems. Something gave me the thought that perhaps it could be the distributor. Then I had someone suggest the same thing saying they knew this type of vehicle and that was their recommended fix (to replace the distributor). At $250 for a distributor, I wanted to get you guys' opinion so as not to waste money.

Thanks for any advice.

Response From robertsfd2002

One more thing I've come across that was the culprit in some similar type problems: the crankshaft position sensor. Sounds like replacing this might be advisable.

I'm thinking I might just do all this. I know guessing and throwing parts at it isn't the right approach, but with a mechanic I'd probably end up with the same total cost after labor.

Response From Discretesignals

The position sensors are all inside the distributor, so if you replace the whole distributor you'll get the coil and igniter along with it. I don't think an NE or G sensor would cause a weak spark though.

Response From robertsfd2002

Problem solved!!! Thank you for the help. Only about $110 spent (found 35% off coupon code online for parts); probably less than a tow and diagnostic charge alone.

My plan was to replace what you first suggested: cap, rotor, ignition coil, wires, and plugs. Then distributor if that didn't fix it. Didn't have to get to the distributor. The first was the problem. She's running better than before, so this was needed even without the no-start problem. Not sure the coil needed replacement - I tested the old one, with resistance of primary seeming to be out of range, but new one tested showed exact same resistance, so it may not have needed replacement.

I spent a lot of time researching and reading. Probably 30 hours total. Total fix took less than an hour. But I learned a lot in the process of researching and reading. Car has 135K miles and never had timing belt changed. I think I'm going to gamble and not replace that right now as it seems like a job that could easily go wrong for someone like me. But in the future, I should be closer to a fix due to this experience.

I'm happy for now. Thanks again!

Response From Discretesignals

Glad to read you got your vehicle running again. There are two sides to a coil or transformer: the primary winding and secondary winding. If either side goes bad, you will have spark output issues.

Coil windings that have good resistance specs doesn't necessary mean the coil is good overall because you are checking it in a static state. Your coil may check good with your ohm meter, but fail when it is operating under different conditions.

Not to be a nit picker, but you really need to consider getting that belt changed soon. The recommendation to change the timing belt is 90,000 miles or 72 months or which ever comes first. Your engine is an interference engine which means if the belt breaks, it will bend valves. If it bends valves, you will have to pull the cylinder head and send it to the machine shop for a valve job repair. That gets really expensive and time consuming.

Thanks for the follow up Closing this thread as engine no start problem has been resolved. Can be opened upon request by the original poster.

edit: At the time I was writing this reply i didn't see the previous posts. Wife is jealous of the car....LOL

Response From Hammer Time

I think I'm going to gamble and not replace that right now as it seems like a job that could easily go wrong for someone like me.

Just want to let you know that if that belt breaks before you get to change it, things will go a lot worse, to the extent of a new engine.

Response From robertsfd2002

Thank you for watching out for me. I do know this. I'd have to admit that before all this I didn't know what an interference engine meant, but am aware now of the risk I'm taking. You'd have to see this car to appreciate my decision, and possibly even agree (given that if I were to try the repair I'd likely end up having to tow it in to fix what I did and finish the repair); it's 18+ years old, beat up a bit, awful color, radio not working, wife/kids embarrassed to be seen in it, etc. But she was my first purchased new car...I just want to be with her until she dies, even if it is a little prematurely due to neglect. Honestly, every dollar I spend on her really aggravates the wife.

Response From Hammer Time

Or you could spend 3 times what a professional diagnostic would cost you in wasted parts.

Response From Discretesignals

A broken timing belt and you have nothing to drive the camshafts which means the distributor doesn't rotate. You won't have any spark if the distributor isn't turning.

A timing belt that jumped a bunch of teeth can cause an engine to not start or run because the valve timing is off, but you would still have spark. If it jumped a couple of teeth it might still run, but it won't have any power.


A compression test might tell you if the belt is way off, but if it jumped a couple of teeth you might still have good compression. You would need to remove the timing belt cover and inspect the timing marks to see if the belt jumped.


I just havn't ever seen a T belt cause an engine to not run one instance and then run fine the next.

Wife starts it to move it to end of driveway and mentions it is hard to start (takes several tries but it gets moved). Two days later I start it fine and drive it 25 miles with a few stops along the way - no indication of any problem whatsoever. Next day it won't start. Turns over but no start, not even acting like it wants to.

Response From Hammer Time

Yes, that was a typo

Response From Hammer Time

The info in that sticky is really just basics. It gets more complicated after that. Your test results aren't making a lot of sense already. You eliminated spark and fuel so that only leaves compression. If you lost compression then you could have broken a timing belt which could be big problems because you will have a bunch of bent valves..