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ignition coil

n
(General Engineering) an induction coil that supplies the high voltage to the sparking plugs of an internal-combustion engine
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Noun1.ignition coil - an induction coil that converts current from a battery into the high-voltage current required by spark plugsignition coil - an induction coil that converts current from a battery into the high-voltage current required by spark plugs
ignition system, ignition - the mechanism that ignites the fuel in an internal-combustion engine
induction coil - a coil for producing a high voltage from a low-voltage source
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