Ignition-coil



noun
1.
(in an automotive ignition system) a transformer consisting of two wire windings or coils in which low-voltage direct current is fed through the primary winding to generate high-voltage spark pulses in the secondary winding.
noun
1.
an induction coil that supplies the high voltage to the sparking plugs of an internal-combustion engine

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