The Eagle ignition wire set is part of the ignition system of the vehicle. This set includes all the wires connecting the different components of the ignition system. There are wires that connect the sparkplugs to the distributor. There are wires that connect the distributor to the ignition coil. There are wires that connect the ignition coil to the batteries. There are wires that connect the batteries to the alternator. There are wires that connect the batteries to the starter motor. All of these wires are part of the ignition wire set. These wires are good conductors of electricity. They are also designed to carry high voltage without overheating. They are typically insulated by layers of insulators, consisting of fiber glass or ceramic, silicon and rubber.
Insulating the ignition wire set is very important to prevent the discharge of high-voltage electricity. The insulation is also important to prevent radio frequency interference that might be generated by the ignition wire set. Radio frequency interference can significantly affect the functions of the electronic components such as the on-board computer or sensors. Radio frequency is produced by the wires through electromagnetic induction. Since the wires carry high-voltage electricity, this induces an electromagnet field. When the electromagnet field fluctuates or oscillates, it generates radio waves. The radio signal, however, is very weak and can easily be insulated.
Although the batteries have very low voltage, high-voltage electricity is used by the sparkplugs. High-voltage electricity is necessary to discharge an electrical spark that is capable of igniting the fuel/air mixture inside the combustion chambers. High-voltage electricity is made possible by the ignition coil. The ignition coil is actually a simple step-up transformer that can amplify the electrical current from the batteries several times. This transformer is comprised of two solenoid wires. The wires are wound around an iron core. The first set is the primary or input solenoid. This has greater wire loops than the secondary windings or output solenoid. Electromagnetic induction causes high voltage electricity to flow from the output solenoid set.
When you turn the ignition key of your vehicle, you are actually turning on several components of the ignition system. The circuit is completed when you turn the ignition key, allowing current to flow from the batteries to several destinations. The process of ignition is actually more complex that it seems. In order for ignition to take place and combustion to begin, the crankshaft must be rotating. This is made possible by the starter motor. The starter motor initiates the crankshaft rotation. Simultaneously, electricity flows through the ignition wires, passing through the ignition coil and distributor and finally to the sparkplugs. All of these steps occur almost instantaneously as you turn the ignition key. However, these will not be possible without the ignition wire set. Here at Parts Train, we offer high-quality ignition wire set at very reasonable price.