In able to crank up your engine and keep your ride working properly, high electric current from the car's ignition is needed—through the distributor rotor of your Dodge Truck, the current will be transferred to the spark plugs. The Dodge Truck distributor rotor transmits spark and achieves required timing to ignite spark plugs. A good rotor is required to transfer a electrical power to guarantee on-time ignition.

As this ignition part transmits electricity at all times, the distributor rotor of your Dodge Truck will get damaged at some point. When subjected to extreme heat and harsh driving conditions, the Dodge Truck distributor rotor may be filled with rust or completely damaged. It's surely recommended that you test the distributor rotor whenever you're performing regular auto service or after every 24 months of service to know if it is in good condition. Don't allow a rusty distributor rotor to trigger inconvenient ignition system problems—get a reliable replacement to suit your Dodge Truck.

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