Okay it break down like this; 1, the ignition. coil. 2, trigger or ignition module, 3 spark plug wire, 4 spark plug. You dident ask how it works. Wanna Know? I'm kolher.
The primary system is the the low voltage side, points, ignition module, primary side of ignition coil and ignition switch.
The secondary windings of the coil, coil wire, distributor cap, rotor, spark plug wires and spark plugs are parts of the secondary system.
explain the flow of current in ignition system
no your alternator and your cars battery is
The ignition system is powered up and ready to run the vehicle.
The ignition module will send a signal when the key is turned. If the module is no good the signal is not sent to the other ignition parts,thus not allowing the car to start
The disadvantages of a distributorless ignition system are a susceptibility to heat damage, a difficulty in diagnosing solid state electronics, and more reliance on sensors. If one sensor shuts down, the entire system will fail.
a primary advantage of the electronic ignition system over conventional ignition system is?
Battery, kickstarter, ignition, ignition coil,
The primary and basic advantage of electronic ignition system is that it reduces mechanical advantages and have more accuracy in delivering high voltage surges to the spark plug at higher RPM it has a fast switching device
rt of the nervous system?
The squirrell. Out of what parts? Piston? Cylinder? Key?
It paints parts of the metal with electrodes.
heart, arteries, veins
To deliver the blood to all parts of the body.
You need to specify which parts of the ignition system you intend to remove. You can remove ignition from your vehicle entirely by removing the ignition coil wire from the distributor but I don't think that's the answer your looking for.
"Ignition" is a system, of which the coils, spark plugs, wires and other components are a parts of. You need to be more specific with your question.
no the transmission and the ignition system are two unrelated parts
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