Ignition Coils for Nissan Xtrail X-Trail T31 2007 – 2013 2.5L QR25DE Engine 22448-8H300
Ignition Coils for Nissan 22448-8H300, 22448-8H310, and 22448-8H315 ensure a reliable voltage from the start and more ignition energy, so your engine starts and runs smoothly. Precise, corrosion-resistant connections that ensure excellent electrical connectivity, coupled with superior temperature and vibration resistance, lead to long service life.
- NISSAN X TRAIL T31 2007 – 2013 QR25DE 2.5L
- NISSAN X TRAIL T30 2001 – 2007 QR25DE 2.5L
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- Item Type: Coil on Plug
- Voltage: 12V
- Connector: 3 Pins
- OEM Number: 22448-8H300, 22448-8H310, 22448-8H315
- Quantity Sold: A Set of Four Pieces
- Position: Left, Right, Front
Coils ensure a reliable voltage from the start and more ignition energy, so your engine starts and runs smoothly. Precise, corrosion-resistant connections that ensure excellent electrical connectivity, coupled with superior temperature and vibration resistance, lead to long service life.
Properly performing ignition coils can provide increased ignition energy, lower fuel consumption, and reduced exhaust emissions for your vehicle.
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ignition coils are built to achieve or exceed OE specifications and are known industry-wide for their reliability and performance.
What does the ignition coil do?
All ignition systems for modern petrol engines use ignition coils for the same basic function: to create the high voltage required to produce a spark at the spark plug
Are ignition coils worth replacing?
Ignition coils are also recommended to be replaced if they show cracks, traces of arcing or other damage that may cause it to short out
What are the symptoms of a faulty ignition coil?
- Engine misfires
- Rough idle
- A decrease in car power, especially in acceleration
- Poor fuel economy
- Difficulty starting the engine
- Check engine light is on
- Exhaust backfiring
- Increased hydrocarbon emissions
- The smell of gas coming from the exhaust
- Fuel leaks