032905106B electronic ignition coil

032905106B is the Reference number of electronic ignition coil ,and the supplier is vika. The detailed information of 032905106B is as follows:

032905106B electronic ignition coil
032905106B electronic ignition coil

Name: electronic ignition coil

Reference number: 032905106B

Series:TR models


Applicable models of 032905106B

Skoda: FAB00-04;05-08/OCT97-00;01-11;04-08;09-/SUP02-08

Volkswagen: BE99-10/BO99-05/CA96-11/FO05-10/GL04-11/GO98-14/IMOT77-09/JE06-10/LU99-06/PA97-11/PO95-10/PR04-06/SHA01-10/TOU03-10/TR03-15

SEAT: AL01-02;03-05;06-08;09-10/ALT04-06;07-10/AR97-03;04-04/CO99-02;03-05;06-09/CORA00-02/IB99-02;02-05;06-10/IN96-03/LE00-01;02-06/TO99-01;02-04;05-09

Audi: A1 11-14/A2 00-05/A3 97-13/A4 95-08

What are possible failures of an 032905106B electronic ignition coil?

1.If an electronic ignition coil experiences a short circuit, the coil will have insufficient ignition energy due to too low voltage, thus causing premature blackening of the spark plug electrode (often polluted by carbon deposition).

2.A short-circuited or grounded ignition coil may fail to ignite due to lack of high voltage.

3.Electric discharge and sparks on outer surface of an ignition coil: Such sparks often occur near the high-voltage lead-out screws. That’s why a sheath is typically found at the connection between the high-voltage lead-out screws and high-voltage lines. Surface discharge is usually accompanied by burning signs at the discharge spot. If the burning is not serious, the problem can be solved by clearing the burned part and performing proper insulation treatment.

4.Aging of the insulation of an 032905106B ignition coil: Such aging results from frequent ignition in high-temperature or high-load conditions after warm-up of the car as such operation may lead to rapid temperature rise of the ignition. An aged insulation can cause electric discharge and short circuit in high-temperature and high-voltage states, thus reducing the actual turn ratio of primary and secondary windings of the ignition coil and decreasing the voltage generated by the secondary windings. The consequences may include sudden flameout and failed acceleration.

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