The Photo of the engine bay …

The photo should help us to locate the ignition coil and the distributor. We need to estimate the length of the cables and find an ideal place to fix Blue Ignition into the engine bay. 

Customers who repair their vehicles or vintage/classic cars know what we need. Engine bays of modern cars can be a bit tricky to take a picture. Most engines are covered by a plastic hood. To get the picture we need those hoods have to be removed. 

Below are a few photos out of our own stock as an example. We do not consider some of the pictures as ideal or 'complete'.

An ideal photo. Bottom the distributor. One plug is pulled.

An enlarged picture of the plug is helpful.

A big and full engine bay. The distributor is at the bottom. This photo will do as well.

You have to remove the hood.

Engine with plug top coils. The photo will do, but such a system cannot be retrofitted at present.

Why do you need the VIN of my vehicle?

Why do we need the VIN?

The VIN (chassis no., frame no.) and engine number helps us to find out if your vehicle is suitable for the retrofit. Second, we get the Information which parts we have to use to connect Blue Ignition with the existing ignition system. We are able to find the right spark plugs that can be used for your car. We may have sold already a version for a similar model than yours, but that does not guarantee that the part are the same. 

Blue Ignition is manufactured for specific models. The warranty is bound on the vehicle and customer. To use the same Blue Ignition for a different car may damage the ignition. That is not covered by the warranty Ecomotive is giving for Blue Ignition.

If your ownership document of the vehicle (UK V5C) does not contain those number you are able to find them on a tag in the engine bay of your vehicle. Please refer to the samples.