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Freightliner is a name associated with dependability and efficiency. Freightliner Trucks is an acclaimed truck manufacturer that originated in 1942 and has been present on the automotive market for over 70 years now. The brand is a division of the German Daimler AG with headquarters based in Portland, USA, and its production facilities are located all over the U.S. Freightliner builds medium- and heavy-duty (5-8 class) trucks that are used for a range of commercial applications and recognized for their comfort, efficiency, and dependability. The list of the truck manufacturer’s most famous models includes the Freightliner M2, FLD, FL-Series, Coronado, Columbia, Century, and Argosy.
With replacement parts offered in our selection, restoring your Freightliner to its excellent performance will be an easy task to cope with. We have the right ignition coils, ignition relays, sensors, and switches that will make every repair project you plan as easy and effective as never before. To ensure that the products we offer comply with the strictest standards, we cooperate with only the most experienced aftermarket brands in the industry. Thus, among our most reputable suppliers are such internationally-famous companies as Bosch, NGK, Champion, and many others. Choosing our web store to be your official destination for top-notch Freightliner ignition parts, you can be sure that we will always meet your expectations.
- NGK® Glow PlugGlow Plug by NGK®. The workhorse, at the heart of smooth-running engines around the world.$9.09 - $44.75
- Champion® Glow Plug SetGlow Plug Set by Champion®. Champion manufactures all types of glow plugs featuring the latest in technology.$9.03 - $20.50
- Bosch® Glow PlugGlow Plug by Bosch®. Pack of 1. Keep your diesel vehicle running right with Glow Plugs by Bosch. Featuring revolutionary Duraterm technology, they heat up faster than standard plugs for superior cold-start performance and a longer...$11.40 - $25.89
- Karlyn STI® Diesel Glow PlugDiesel Glow Plug by Karlyn STI®. During the cold season, diesel engines do not always start and work as desired. The diesel engine can not reach the needed temperatures without the addition of Glow Plug. Diesel Glow Plugs feature...$8.06 - $19.63
- NGK® Laser Platinum™ Spark PlugLaser Platinum™ Spark Plug by NGK®. NGK manufactures all types of spark plugs and glow plugs featuring the latest in technology.$7.77 - $16.74
- MSD® Ignition Coil WireUniversal Ignition Coil Wire (84059) by MSD®. HEI Coil Wire; 8.5mm Super Conductor; 18 in. Long; Red.$15.95
- MSD® Ignition Coil WireUniversal Ignition Coil Wire (84049) by MSD®. Ignition Coil Wire; 8.5mm Super Conductor; Blaster/Socket Cap.$15.95
- MSD® Ignition Coil WireUniversal Ignition Coil Wire (84039) by MSD®. Blaster 2; Ignition Coil Wire; HEI; Super Conductor; Red.$14.95
- MSD® Ignition Coil WireUniversal Ignition Coil Wire (84033) by MSD®. Blaster 2; Ignition Coil Wire; HEI; Super Conductor; Black.$15.95
- MSD® Ignition CoilUniversal Ignition Coil (82868) by MSD®. GM LS Series Coil; Truck Style; 8 pc.$599.95
- MSD® Ignition CoilUniversal Ignition Coil (8286) by MSD®. GM LS Series Coil; Truck Style; Single.$82.95
- MSD® Ignition CoilUniversal Ignition Coil (82858) by MSD®. GM LS Series Coil; LS1/LS6; 8 pc.$577.95
- MSD® Ignition CoilUniversal Ignition Coil (8285) by MSD®. GM LS Series Coil; LS1/LS6; Single.$80.95
- MSD® Ignition CoilUniversal Ignition Coil (8261) by MSD®. HVC Pro Power-2; Ignition Coil; For Use w/MSD 7 Series Ignition.$201.95
- MSD® Ignition CoilUniversal Ignition Coil (8253) by MSD®. Blaster HVC II; 6 Series Ignition Coil; Blue.$205.95
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- Auto Repair PartsThe Benefits of a Performance Ignition DistributorSince their inception at the start of the 20th century, motor vehicles with gasoline burning engines have needed a precise way to deliver an electrical spark to each of the engine's cylinders. (Note that diesel engines do not rely on an electrical spark to ignite the fuel-air mixture.) For much of the past 100 years, the spark has been delivered by the ignition distributor. The distributor is always mechanically linked or timed to the engine's rotation so that the spark is sent at the exact moment it is needed.
- Auto Repair PartsAuto Parts: Dealer vs. AftermarketThe question of whether to buy parts from an automotive dealer vs. ones from aftermarket manufacturers is as age-old as the automobile itself. Below, we'll take a look at things worth considering to help you make a better choice if you're facing that same question. Automobile manufacturers and dealerships always advertise the fact that their parts are "genuine" because they were made by the exact same production facility that made the parts installed on the assembly line.
- Auto Repair PartsPerforming a Basic Engine Tune UpThis article will guide you through a generic tune up on most any car or light duty gasoline-powered vehicle built within the last 20 years or so. We will presume that you are tuning up your engine because it has reached the mileage or time point to do so, and that you are NOT performing a tune up to cure an engine performance defect. We make this distinction because not all running/performance issues will be solved via a simple tune up.
- Auto Repair PartsUnderstanding The Different Types Of Spark PlugsSince the dawn of the automobile, spark plugs have been an integral part of gasoline engines because they conduct the electrical energy from a vehicle’s ignition system needed to finalize the combustion process. After the gas/air mixture has been fully compressed inside the cylinder head, spark plugs serve a miniature bolt of lightning to create an explosion which pushes a piston downward.
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