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GCL143

COIL FOR ELECTRONIC IGNITION - '89 ON

This is the standard non ballast coil as used on the late Mini with factory electronic ignition for use with 65D distributor.0.9ohms.



GCL143 was the Genuine Rover part fitted part on 1275cc from 1990.

0.9ohms

GCL211 was the alternative to GCL143 but was from Unipart and made by intermotor to a higher specification which was fitted to SPI cars in Japan as original equipment plus some UK cars as it was a superior better quality product. .

Our research,sales and feed back shows Intermotor coils to be the best available for the mini.

Original type coil bracket 12G2994 with welded on lug nuts is available as fitted from 1969-1995
  • £19.00 exc vat
  • £22.80 inc vat

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help Recommended usage 1 x GCL143 to fit one mini.
See details below of where GCL143 is used in AKM manual.
 
Power unit electrics Non Injection - Qty 1

Coil, Vacuum Control Pipes, Ignition Cables & Shi - Qty 1

 
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Coil, Vacuum Control Pipes, Ignition Cables & Shi

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Classic Mechanical Parts Manual
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Fitting instructions / Articles

Ignition - Ballast Resisted Systems


I'd like a pound coin for every time I've been asked about what these are all about and why they are used. Folk seem to hold them in some kind of awe - but they are very simple. Part No Applications: DLB105, GCL111, GCL143, GCL132 The ballast resisted ignition system was - I believe - developed by Ford when they were experiencing poor starting on a certain prodigiously-used 4-cylinder engine. To get round the issue of the massive current drain caused by the starter motor functioning, the ballast-resisted system was designed. When you hit the starter button/key, a massive drop in available current to the coil occurs as the starter motor does its thing. The colder the weather or the more worn the starter motor, the more current it draws, the less there is passed to the coil to instigate ignition.The ballast-resisted system utilises a 6 (commonly called the 'cold start' system) or 9-volt coil instead of the older style 12-volt item.

Ignition - Ballast ignition systems


I'd like a pound coin for every time I've been asked about what these are all about and why they are used. Folk seem to hold them in some kind of awe - but they are very simple. The ballast resisted ignition system was - I believe - developed by Ford when they were experiencing poor starting on a certain prodigiously-used 4-cylinder engine. To get round the issue of the massive current drain caused by the starter motor functioning, the ballast-resisted system was designed. When you hit the starter button/key, a massive drop in available current to the coil occurs as the starter motor does its thing. The colder the weather or the more worn the starter motor, the more current it draws, the less there is passed to the coil to instigate ignition.