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it convers 12 volts into 50,000 volts Coil in electronics means wire wrap around some media the get different uses in applications. The above answer only pertains to coil on a car I suppose It is part of the ignition system. in older cars, it is a single unit that is about the size of a coke can. In many newer cars, you have individual coil packs sitting on top of each spark plug.
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