Your vehicle's ignition coil is the one that's responsible for transmitting power produced by the car batt into the ignition plugs in order to jumpstart the engine. You'll encounter a variety of issues once your Toyota Prius ignition coil fails.

Every time you turn on the car engine, electricity flows through the coil, exposing it to electricity on almost a daily basis, so that's why this part has to be built from a high-grade material. Over time however, this part will fail and your Toyota Prius will start to display tell-tale signs; engine stalling, an exhaust that backfires, engine start up problems, poor gas mileage, and misfires especially if you're driving fast are likely to happen once the wire is starting to break down. The only definitive way to figure out if the ignition coil for your Toyota Prius is the culprit behind all these problems is to plug it into a multi-meter. Built to determine the amount of voltage, electricity, and resistance, a multi-meter is the device you need when tackling electrical issues with your ride. Look at the results; if they go beyond the usual range as indicated on the multitester's scale, then you'll need to fix or replace your ride's ignition wires.

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