Suzuki Ignition Parts

The engine in a vehicle needs a proper fuel-air mixture and a spark to ignite it. The purpose of the ignition system is to provide the proper spark at the right time allowing the fuel-air mixture to ignite for effective engine performance. If your Suzuki is hard to start or misses under load and idle rough, check your ignition system for worn or damaged parts. If you have found that any of its parts should be replaced, never wait too long until you get stuck in the middle of nowhere. Before you waste your time running out to the auto parts chain store, look through our wide selection of high-quality replacement Suzuki ignition parts to find the product you need.

We carry everything you may need from spark plugs and wires to distributors and coils. Cooperating with leading OE and aftermarket brands, most of which are suppliers to the vehicle manufacturers, we guarantee that the parts you get from us are the same as the original ones. With thousands of high-quality products and dozens of well-known names such as Dorman, Denso, NGK, Autolite, Motorcraft, etc., you will spend a minute or so to find the product you need to return your Suzuki back to the road.

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Since 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...
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