ASE techs are so quick to throw out their certification in arguments....
right along with their credibility. ASE certified means nothing to me.
This system has been widely used, including such engines as the Buick V6 engine 3800 LN3 and newer, Harley Davidson V-Twin, air-cooled BMW Motorcycles, 1948 Citroën 2CV, Mazda B engine, Chrysler V10, PSA TU Engines, Volkswagen Mark 3 2.8 VR6 (other than 2.0 ), Saturn Corporation 4 cylinders, and Chrysler 1.8, 2.0 & 2.4 engines. Some Ford engines also do. Many Honda and Kawasaki motorcycle and PWC engines also follow a similar design, to allow for a smaller number of more powerful coils to replace a larger number of smaller coils in the same limited space. (edited)