ignition coil


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ignition coil

[ig′nish·ən ‚kȯil]
(electromagnetism)
A coil in an ignition system which stores energy in a magnetic field relatively slowly and releases it suddenly to ignite a fuel mixture.
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One direct fire Delphi ignition coil was used in each cylinder for accurate control over ignition energy and timing.
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