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Guaranteed to Fit2013 Ford Taurus Change Vehicle

2013 Ford Taurus - Ignition Coil Connector

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Manufacturer #HP3985
Guaranteed to Fit2013 Ford Taurus Change Vehicle

Your Vehicle Fit Details

Vehicle Name
Fitment Information
2013 Ford Taurus
6 Cyl 3.5L


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Product Fit:
Direct Fit
Quantity Sold:
Sold individually
Recommended Use:
OE Replacement
Handypack Series
3-year or 36,000-mile Standard limited warranty

Vehicle Fitment Information

Vehicle Name
Fitment Information
1986-1987 Toyota Celica
4 Cyl 2.0L
1987-1992 Toyota Supra
6 Cyl 3.0L
1988 Toyota Corolla
4 Cyl 1.6L
1988 Toyota Corolla
4 Cyl 1.6L
1988-1989 Toyota Celica
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Product Information


Revamp your ride with the advanced design, OEM-grade quality assurance and standard-setting performance offered by Standard’s Ignition Coil Connector. Since 1919, Standard Motor Products has engineered a full line of engine management products, including ignition parts, sensors and on-board computers.

  • Advanced design meets exceptional, OE-level standards
  • Sturdily constructed in TS 16949 certified facilities
  • Broad range of import and domestic models covered
  • Put through systematic inspection to guarantee enduring performance and quality
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Product Q&A

How long are the wires?Travis S.Sep 17, 2023
Best Answer:Hi Travis, I'm glad to assist you. It is 13" long. If you're interested in this ignition coil connector, you can click on the link below for direct ordering to take advantage of our limited stocks. I hope this helps, and happy shopping. <a href="https://www.carparts.com/ignition-coil-connector/standard/sihp3985?can=CPAE1047_CSQA_20230918" target="_blank">https://www.carparts.com/ignition-coil-connector/standard/sihp3985?can=CPAE1047_CSQA_20230918</a>
Arnel E.STAFFSep 18, 2023
How much is shipping for 2, and how long until delivery?Jim O.Sep 13, 2023
Best Answer:Hi Jim, thank you for reaching out! As of this writing, shipping costs $11.87 and can take 3 - 5 business days. You can click the link below to order the part while we still have 3 in stock. Have a good one! <a href="https://www.carparts.com/ignition-coil-connector/standard/sihp3985?can=cpab2020_csqa_20230913" target="_blank">https://www.carparts.com/ignition-coil-connector/standard/sihp3985?can=cpab2020_csqa_20230913</a>
Andrew B.STAFFSep 13, 2023
Should both wires be hot?Allen G.May 23, 2023
Best Answer:Hi Allen, Typically, the ignition coil connector has two wires: The positive wire (+): This wire comes from the ignition switch and should be hot or have power when the ignition is in the "on" position or in the "start" position. The negative wire (-): This wire is controlled by the ignition control module or the engine control unit (ECU). This wire will be grounded (pulsed to ground) to collapse the magnetic field in the coil and create the spark. It shouldn't be "hot" in the same sense as the positive wire. Therefore, only the positive wire (+) should have power when the ignition key is turned to the on position. Remember that testing electrical circuits can be dangerous if you know what you’re doing, so it’s best to consult a professional if you need more clarification.
Roberto B.STAFFMay 26, 2023