About Ignition Wires
Ignition wires are an integral part of the ignition system, interchangeably known as ' spark plug wires. ' They pass impulses of high voltage between the source of electricity, the distributor and the contacts of the fire. Those help the spark plug ignite the mixture of fuel gas, which in turn allows the vehicle to take off. You will find out in this article about the different types of ignition wires, how they operate and the problems that may arise if they don't work properly. You'll also gain insight on how to mount them.
How It Works?
The stress from the ignition coil flows into the distributor through the ignition wire and on. As the distributor's rotor turns it is able to deliver voltage to the ignition wires from the middle terminal. The energy then passes through the wire of ignition to the plug which causes it to burn. Can ignition coil pack is able to supply electricity to two spark plugs in case of a distribution-less ignition system. The high voltage passes through the ignition wires from this coil pack and then into the sockets, resulting in them fire-up. In the last decade or two, the spark plug wires were replaced by an individual coil pack that sits directly on top of each of the spark plugs over vehicle manufacturers.