Bestselling Automotive Replacement Ignition Points Sets in 2020
ACCEL 110128 Contact Set
- Prevents flex at high rpm
- Resists point float up to 6500 rpm
- Extra thick contact arms
- Precision radiused tungsten contacts
- High strength Phenolic rubbing blocks are ideal for higher spring tensions
Generac 0698280320 OEM RV Generator Ignition Point Contact Set - Quicksilver Marine Generator Compatible - Engine Power System Replacement Part
- BUILT TO LAST - Originally manufactured with carefully selected heavy-duty and high-grade materials to offer enhanced durability over time.
- GENERATOR SUITABILITY - Made compatible with Generac and Quicksilver Marine generator replacing most models including Generac 0698280320, 698280320, 320-69828, and Quicksilver 810905.
- CONTACT SET - Systematically designed and combined to work with maximum performance. It efficiently works with the battery, ignition coil and distributor, spark plugs, wires, and cables.
- ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER - This generator ignition point set is a guaranteed OEM part designed to deliver you with a reliable and high-performing product.
- SUPPLIES AND PARTS FOR MOTOR HOMES - This item is an original product of Generac. A full line of Generac RV accessories and replacement parts are also available.
Standard Motor Products DU-2135 Ignition Contact Set
- Standard Motor Products DU-2135 Contact Set (Points)
- Packaged as 1 EA
Tisco 309787 Ignition Tune-Up Kit
- Contains:1-D8NN12171AA point set,1-CONN12200A rotor,1-1869704 condenser, 4-al437 spark plugs, 1-025 gauge
- Replaces: 309787GV
- Fits: Ford Tractor 2000, 4000, 600, 700, 800, 8N, 900, NAA/Jubilee
Standard Motor Products FD8183VT Contact Point Set
- Ignition Breaker Points
- Designed to meet or exceed original part specifications
- Exact fitment and original replacement
Standard Motor Products DR-2270PT Point Set
- Standard Ignition Ignition Contact Set DR2270PT
ACDelco D106PS Professional Ignition Distributor Contact Set
Generac 0698280307 OEM RV Ignition Condenser for Quicksilver Marine Generator - Generator Set Replacement Parts and Accessories
- ENHANCES PERFORMANCE OF GENERATORS - Designed to maximize the functionality of generators, this condenser facilitates efficient flow of electricity by preventing premature burn off of the breaker points.
- DURABLE PROTECTIVE COVER - The condenser is enclosed inside a sturdy case to ensure that the points will not be damaged by high voltage.
- EASY ASSEMBLY - Includes necessary hardware and wiring that facilitate quick and convenient installation of the parts into a generator set.
- ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER - Guaranteed OEM part to deliver you only with a reliable and high-performing product.
- SUPPLIES AND PARTS FOR MOTORHOMES - This item is an original product of Generac. A full line of Generac accessories and replacement parts are also available.
Wells C1028 Ignition Coil
- Electronic driver circuitry designed for performance, consistency and durability
- Magnetic core holds and directs the magnetic flux to ensure product performance
- Thermal-shock tested to endure real-world climate conditions
- Designed to interface with the ECM to prevent failure and misdiagnosed trouble codes
Tisco MTK5BIR & 352951R91 Tune Up Kit & Ignition Wire Set
- Includes Points, Condenser, Cap, Gapper, Rotors, Spark Plugs and Spark Plug Wire Set
- Fits: International Harvester Tractor 300, 400, 450, A, B, C, Cub, Cub Lo-Boy, H, HV, M, Super A, Super C, Super H, Super MTA
- Includes: MTK5BIR and 352951R91
ACCEL 8104ACC High Performance 32ounce Point and Condenser Kit
- Reclaim power lost by tired Original Equipment components
- Ideal for 1955 to 1974 General Motors engines
- Extra thick contact arms prevent flex at high rpm and resist point float up to 6500 rpm
- Extra large, precision radiused tungsten contacts deliver crisp circuit breaking for peak coil output
- Specially designed to cushion primary current and provide extended point life
Brand New Ignition Contact Points & Condenser BMW R Airhead with Bosch Ignition 12 11 1 243 555,556, 12 11 1 351 564
- Model: BMW R Airhead Two Valve Boxer Style Engine Motorcycles
- Fits: BMW R50/5, R60/6, R60/7, R75/6, R75/7, R80, R80TIC, R90/6, R90S, R100
- Fits: BMW R100T, R100RS, R100RT, R100S
- Part #: 12 11 1 243 555, now use 12 11 1 243 556, BOSCH # 1 237 013 067
- Part #: 12 11 1 351 564, BOSCH 1 237 330 159 Years: 1970 - 09/1978
Cummins 1601183 Onan Ignition Points
- MISC Onan Ignition Points 160-1183 Cummins Northwest, Inc
How Replace the Ignition System, Adjust the Idle, Timing on 1991-99 Nissan Sentra, 200SX
This is a description of the process involved in doing a tuneup on a 1991-1999 Nissan 200sx and Sentra.
Parts:Spark plugs (NGK), spark plug wires (NGK), distributor rotor, distributor cap.
The first thing that we are going to do is replace the sparkplugs, you will be using NGK brand BKr7e spark plugs. You're going to want to remove the spark plug cables, pay close attention to which sparkplug reservoir each sparkplug cable came out of. Using your 3/8 drive ratchet, extension, spark plug socket begin by removing the spark plugs turning the ratchet in a counterclockwise motion. If the inside rubber grip of the spark plug socket does not grab hold to the sparkplug then you will need a small pen style extension magnet in order to remove the spark plugs. Once you have removed all of the spark plugs replace them in the same fashion in which you remove them using the ratchet in a clockwise motion. Be very careful when inserting the spark plugs into the sparkplug reservoir so that you do not pinch the end of the sparkplug gap to the electrode, if you do this the car will not run properly and probably misfire. Once you have replaced the spark plugs put it the spark plug wires back in the holes, but do not press them down as you will be changing them in a second. Take the spark plug wires out of the box and spread them apart, you are trying to locate the proper spark plug wire for each one that you will be replacing. All of the spark plugs will differ in length, the shortest one being the one that goes to the coil.
Remove the distributor cap using your 10 mm wrench, there are two 10 mm bolts that hold the distributor cap on each side of the cap. After removing and holing the distributor cap off you will realize that you're looking at the distributor rotor which is held on by one bolt. Use your flat head screwdriver to remove the bowl turning it counterclockwise, replace the old rotor with the new one that you purchased. After you have replace the rotor it is time to put on the new distributor cap. Install the new distributor cap by tightening the 2 10 mm bolts that hold it on, make sure not to tighten them very much because you could crack the distributor cap accidentally. Now it's time to replace spark plug wires, you will notice that the distributor cap as numbers on it, these numbers indicate cylinders that the wires go to. Go ahead and replace the wires with the proper length in accordance to the ones that are already existing. Now that you have replace the wires it's time to connect them to the distributor cap. The cylinders are numbered one through four beginning on the left side of the engine bay or the side of the engine bay that the crank pulley is located, number four would be the one closest to be distributor cap. Take the first spark plug wire from the left side of the engine bay closest to the crank pulley and plug it into the hole on the distributor labeled number one. You will now plug-in the rest of the spark plug cables from going left to right towards the distributor cap, again the one closest to the distributor Is number four. Once you have done this it is now time to set the base idle and ignition timing.
Turn on the car and rev the engine at 3000 RPM for two minutes, when you are done with this allow the engine to come back down to idle. The next step is to disconnect throttle position sensor located on the throttle body, it should be brown in color with three wires. Now that you have done this you need to connect your timing light to the poles on the battery. Now that the timing light is beginning to pulse you need to loosen the distributor it self via the two possibly three 12mm bolts that hold it in place. All were doing is loosening the bolts so that you can move the distributor clockwise or counterclockwise, take your time and light over to the side of the engine where the crank pulley is located and shine the light at the crank pulley; you will notice a series of marks that go from left to right they are -5,0,5,10,15, 17, and 20 degree marks. Take notice at where the pointer above the crank pulley is located in relation to these marks, if it is located on the fifth mark from the left going right then your ignition timing is correct. If it is not located on that mark then you will need to lean over and rotate the distributor clockwise or counterclockwise in order to achieve the fifth mark on the crank pulley. Now that you have your ignition timing set correctly it is time to adjust the idle. You will need another person to help you do this by sitting in a car and telling you what RPM the engine is at while you adjust the idle. On the left side of the engine bay near the strut tower on the intake manifold you will notice a big plastic screw that has a Phillips head indention. If you turn the screw counterclockwise it will raise the idle, if you turn the screw clockwise it will lower the idle; turn the screw and adjust the idle to approximately 750-850 RPMs. Once you have achieved this you will need to turn off the engine, once you have turned off the engine go ahead and plug the TPS (throttle position sensor) sensor back in place and restart the car. The car showed idle at the appropriate rpm that you set it at, if it does not then repeat procedure. Once you have done this you have completed a basic ignition and idle tune up for you 1.6 or 2.0L engine.