An inductor resists a change in current. If you have a steady state current going through an inductor and you attempt to suddenly increase the current, the inductor will nearly instantaneously present a higher resistance so that the current does not immediately change. Its resistance, then, will start to decrease as the current ramps up to the new value.
Similarly, if you have a steady state current going through an inductor and you attempt to suddenly decrease the current, the inductor will nearly instantaneously present a lower resistance so that the current does not immediately change. Its resistance, then, will start to increase as the current ramps down to the new value.
That's all just background information so you can understand what an inductor is.
If you have a steady state current going through an inductor and you attempt to suddenly decrease the current to zero by opening the circuit, the inductor will respond by attempting to maintain the current, but that current has nowhere to go. This creates a large negative voltage spike across the inductor. Think about it. Ohm's law says that voltage is current times resistance. You have some current; you have infinite resistance; therefore you must have infinite voltage. In fact, a theoretical pure inductor will do exactly that - generate an infinitely large negative voltage spike. That does not happen in practice, but it is very common to see transients of several hundred or thousand volts. This is why you need to have some kind of suppression circuit in place - otherwise that transient will go back and blow out whatever circuit is driving it.
The spark plugs on a Ford Explorer are replaced by first disconnecting the battery. Remove the spark plug using a spark plug socket. Replace with the factory recommended spark plug.
The kill switch interupts the spark to the spark plug and stops the eingine.
try disconnecting gauge cluster
If you are seeing a spark then the switch should be changed out right away. The spark is created by bad contacts within the switch its self. These bad contacts will create heat and eventually destroy the switch. Make sure that the rating of the switch is greater than the load that is connected to it. The only time a switch might draw an arc is when it is opened but it should never arc when closing. Yes there should be a spark when a switch is put on.
near the spark plug. some engines have lever that touch the spark plug ,others have a grounded switch
It is important to replace car parts after so many miles. Spark plugs are changed by disconnecting the batteries, the spark plug cables, removing the spark plugs, replace them with new spark plugs, reconnecting the cables, and the car battery.
The magnetization current imposes an upper limit on the voltage applied to a transformer core due to the ability of the respective spark gap to extinguish. If too much current supply is available the spark gap becomes overheated. This makes it unable to "switch-off" when the high or elevated supply current is flowing through it.
It uses DC current.
Either your coil is shot or your kill switch is stuck closed. If you warm it up (above freezing) and it still doesn't have spark, bet on the coil being bad or if you are lucky, the sparkplug wire is cracked and grounded. you can isolate & test the coil by removing the engine shroud, you will find one thin green or black wire going into the back of your coil, disconnecting this wire will isolate the coil from the rest of electrical system. recheck spark with the wire disconnected, if you still dont have spark you need a new coil, if now have spark it means your coil is working and either a switch or a bad wire is grounding the system.
Sparks plugs are replaced by disconnecting the battery, removing the spark plug cable and boot, and by removing the old spark plug. Next put in the new spark plug, attach the boot and cable and reconnect the battery.
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The buzzer work with a magnetic coil that attractes the armature thus interrupting the current. This happens repeatedly to cause the buzz. When the current is interrupted the action of the coil produces a voltage that tries to maintain the current, and that causes a spark between the switch contacts.
by disconnecting the coil or plug wire and the fuel injector connector also for that cylinder.
The spark plugs on a 2004 Pontiac Vibe are changed by removing the plug cover, disconnecting the spark plug wires, and taking out individual spark plugs using a deep wall socket. New plugs are then set to the proper gap and torqued into place.
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Bad spark plugs can cause a mini chopper to not get a spark. Another common cause is a bad ignition switch.
The most likely cause would be the stator assembly. By disconnecting the cannon plug for the key switch harness, at the engine, you can isolate the problem to the engine, or the ignition switch / harness assemblies. With the harness disconnected, spin the engine over with a starter button, connected to the solenoid. If the engine now has fire, the problem is in the ignition kill circuit, (ignition switch, emergency kill switch, or harness assembly). If a no fire condition still exists, the problem is in the ignition system, on the engine itself. The stator, and related ignition components can be tested with a volt / ohm meter.
goes to kill switch
Because when you turn the igniton switch to run it heats up the coil which then in turn goes to the distributer and from the distributer to the spark plugs.
In and of itself, there is no current in a spark plug. Once a current is supplied, from an ignition coil (via a points distributer), or from a solid state ignition system (directed by a crank shaft sensor) a special ignition grade wire carries the current to the electrode of the spark plug. The primary current for the procedure to take place is supplied by the alternator when the engine is running, or by the battery when the engine is being started.
Because of the sudden interrupt to remove the supply between the contactor. so contact opened at the time air will be ionized . so the arc or spark is produce when the switch position was open (off) or close (on).
Fire refers to spark in an internal combustion engine. When a vehicle's ignition switch is on, direct current voltage from the battery passes through wires to the coil which amplifies the voltage and the distributor passes this high energy to the spark plugs at the engine cylinders at a precise time as the piston approaches the top of its compression stroke. The spark plug has gap between its electrode and its grounded body. When the electricity jumps this gap, it makes a spark. A defect in any of these electrical components can cause the spark plug to fail to produce the required spark.
The spark plugs on a 1998 Mercedes Benz E320 are changed by removing the cover plate, disconnecting the plug wires, and unscrewing the spark plugs using a deep wall socket. New plugs are then put in place and torque down to specifications.
12 volts DC current except the current to the spark plugs which can be 12,000 volts up to as much as 45,000 volts.