Ignition Coil

 Market share and supply status

Who Supplies Whom information by OEM region

 Region

 Maker

 Model

 Model year

 Supplier

 Products

ASEAN・India・Korea Honda Amaze (India) 2020

Diamond&Zebra Electric Mfg.Co., Ltd. (Formarly Diamond Electric Mfg. Co., Ltd.)

Ignition coil
ASEAN・India・Korea Honda BR-V (India) 2020

Diamond&Zebra Electric Mfg.Co., Ltd. (Formarly Diamond Electric Mfg. Co., Ltd.)

Ignition coil
ASEAN・India・Korea Honda BR-V (Indonesia) 2020

Diamond&Zebra Electric Mfg.Co., Ltd. (Formarly Diamond Electric Mfg. Co., Ltd.)

Ignition coil
Americas GM Chevrolet Camaro (USA) 2021

Denso Corporation

Ignition coil(3.6L)
Americas GM GMC Canyon (USA) 2021

Denso Corporation

Ignition coil
Americas Honda Accord (USA) 2021

Hitachi Astemo Americas, Inc. - Farmington Hills Office (Formerly Hitachi Automotive Systems Americas, Inc.)

Ignition coil(1.5L)
China Beijing Hyundai Hyundai Celesta (FF) (China) 2021

BorgWarner - Suzhou (Formerly Delphi Technologies (Suzhou) Co., Ltd.)

Ignition coil(1.6L)(6AT)
China Beijing Hyundai Hyundai Celesta (FF) (China) 2021

BorgWarner - Suzhou (Formerly Delphi Technologies (Suzhou) Co., Ltd.)

Ignition coil(1.6L)(6MT)
China Dongfeng Nissan Nissan Murano (4WD) (China) 2021

BorgWarner - Suzhou (Formerly Delphi Technologies (Suzhou) Co., Ltd.)

Ignition coil(2.5L)(7CVT)
Europe BMW 320i (Germany) 2020

Eldor Corporation S.p.A.

Ignition coil
Europe Magyar Suzuki Suzuki Escudo (Hungary) 2020

Diamond&Zebra Electric Mfg.Co., Ltd. (Formarly Diamond Electric Mfg. Co., Ltd.)

Ignition coil
Europe Magyar Suzuki Suzuki SX4 S-Cross (Hungary) 2020

Diamond&Zebra Electric Mfg.Co., Ltd. (Formarly Diamond Electric Mfg. Co., Ltd.)

Ignition coil
Japan Daihatsu Rocky 2021

Denso Corporation

Ignition coil
Japan Daihatsu Thor 2021

Denso Corporation

Ignition coil
Japan Nissan Fuga 2021

Hitachi Astemo Hanshin,Ltd. (Formerly Hitachi Automotive Systems Hanshin, Ltd.)

Ignition coil(VQ37VHR)
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Supplier Name Address Major Parts Suppliers Reports Country
BorgWarner Inc. 3850 Hamlin Rd, Auburn Hills, Michigan, 48326, USA Major Parts Suppliers image
Bosch [Robert Bosch LLC] 38000 Hills Tech Drive, Farmington Hills, Michigan 48331 USA Major Parts Suppliers image
Bosch [Bosch Corporation] 3-6-7 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-8360 Japan Major Parts Suppliers image
Bosch [Robert Bosch GmbH] Robert-Bosch-Platz 1, 70839 Gerlingen-Schillerhöhe, Germany Major Parts Suppliers image
Changchun FAWAY Automobile Components Co., Ltd. No.1399, Dongfeng South Street, Changchun Automobile Industry Development Zone, Changchun, Jilin 130011, China Major Parts Suppliers image
 News
Sep 30, 2021

Hitachi Astemo announced that it will invest USD 56 million over 2 years to improve industrial safety at its 3 plants in Lerma, thus contributing to the creation of 480 new jobs. The company has invested USD 97 million in the continuous improvement of equipment and processes to strengthen its operations between 2018 and 2020. The company’s 3 plants employ more than 2,700 people who manufacture water pumps, balancers, ignition coils, oil control valves, air flow sensors, pistons, shock absorbers and brake castings for Nissan, Ford, Honda, GM, Mazda and Stellantis. Most of its Mexican production is destined for the U.S., Canada, Germany, UK, and South Korea. (Mexico-Now article on September 28, 2021)

Aug 26, 2021

Reported on August 24, 2021, the Philippines automotive industry opposes a plan to impose safeguard duties on 34 additional Thailand products amid the trade dispute between the 2 countries. The Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines Inc. (CAMPI) said the inclusion of additional goods from Thailand in the list of items subjected to safeguard duties would negatively affect the entire auto supply chain.
Local auto parts makers led by the Philippines Parts Makers Association proposed to include 34 more tariff lines to beef up the list of Thai goods up for additional duties. These include muffler and exhaust pipes, speedometer, tachometer, instruments panels clocks, lighting or visual signaling equipment, wiring harnesses, battery cables, safety seatbelts, parts for compression-ignition internal combustion engines, air conditioning machines, ignition coils, fuel cut-off valves, and unassembled starter motors for engines of vehicles, among others.
The new list will add to the previously identified 37 tariff lines from Thailand that stand to lose their current concessions, if Thailand continues to refuse to comply with the WTO ruling on the tax case of imported tobacco from the Philippines. The Department of Trade and Industry said the only way it could pressure Thailand to cooperate on the cigarette tax case is impose higher taxes, through safeguard duties, on certain products exported from Thailand to the Philippines including automobiles.
Trade assistant secretary said there would be further study and evaluation of proposals and comments, while the deadline for the submission of position papers is September 8, 2021.
(From an article of Manilastandard.net on August 24, 2021)

Apr 17, 2021

On April 15, Subaru of America announced that it is voluntarily conducting two separate recalls and encouraging owners to contact a Subaru dealer as soon as they receive notification.
The first recall is for 466,205 2017-2019 Impreza and 2018-2019 Crosstrek models to check and update the engine control module (ECM) programming and to replace all ignition coils.
The second recall is for 405,000 vehicles comprising 2019 Forester and 2019 Subaru Crosstrek models to examine and re-torque bolts on the rear stabilizer bracket which could, over time, come loose.
No accidents or injuries have been reported related to the recalls.

(Subaru press release on April 15, 2021)