1995-2002 Range Rover P38A
Having had years of experience with electricity and electrical devices I understand why the insulating material would get burned, charred and litterialy fall to pieces.
I've seen it many times on many different types of things but this has happened to both of my P38's and on the tower with the aluminum pole not the brass pole interestingly enough.
But what I don't understand is why it seems to happen so frequently (to me at least). Is it due to the location of the coil packs that make it difficult to get the high tension lead seated firmly into the connector?
I've never seen coils fail this way this frequently.