YES! the spark plug ignites the fuel mixture and causes combustion
YES! the spark plug ignites the fuel mixture and causes combustion.
The spark plug wire(s) .
Battery,ignition coil, distributor, spark plug, high tension leads
It stands for Capacitive Discharged Ignition. It is Part of the ignition system obviously and stores electricity to make a larger stronger spark in the spark plug.
No. On "conventional" ignition systems, i.e., those with typically a single ignition coil and a distributor with distributor cap, the spark plug boot is that portion of the individual ignition wire, running to each spark plug, that terminated the ignition wire at the spark plug and provides the wire's electrical connection to the spark plug. In newer, "plug on coil" systems that do not utilize a distributor and wires, and that are characterized by having an individual ignition coil mounted atop each spark plug, the boot is that portion of the ignition coil that pushes down over and on to the spark plug. Some few designs use a replaceable boot. Most incorporate the boot into the coil assembly.
Yes. If the ignition is malfunctioning, the spark plug will not ignite. A bad ignition module, a bad spark plug or a bad plug wire are the most common causes of that (besides a bad battery, of course).
Never heard of a spark plug dwell angle. There is a spark plug gap and there is an ignition points dwell angle.
1987 FORD THUNDERBIRD 2.3L 140cid L4 MFI Turbo (W) : Ignition : spark plug gap .034 3.8L 232cid V6 TBI (3) : Ignition : spark plug gap .054 5.0L 302cid V8 MFI (F) : Ignition : spark plug gap .050
The spark plug boot? yeah sum say coil wire , but its actually the coil to spark plug boot. KongKit