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electronic ignition

n
(Electrical Engineering) any system that uses an electronic circuit to supply the voltage to the sparking plugs of an internal-combustion engine
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Electronic ignition, alarm systems, multimedia systems and the whole engine management system now rely heavily on silicon chips.

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