Find the correct Ignition Modules for your vehicle
Ignition modules cause a surge of high voltage electricity to the spark plugs, which in turn ignite the fuel/air mixture in the cylinders. They're found in the distributor or in the engine compartment.
On modern cars with computerised ignition systems, the ignition coil tends to incorporate the module, whereas on older cars the ignition module is essentially an electrical switch which turns the power to the coil on and off, causing the spark which is required to fire the engine.
Different makes and models of car require different ignition modules, so you can use our handy vehicle reg lookup tool online to find the exact part you need.
Or you can pop into your local store to take advantage of our colleagues' knowledge, who will be more than happy to help you find the right car part for your vehicle.