High-Tension Ignition System

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Diagram of a high-tension ignition system. A is the source of current, usually a batter in earlier days, as indicated by the conventional sign, placed in a primary circuit that also includes the contact maker C, the primary winding of the coil B, and the vibrator G.


Automobile Engineering (Chicago, IL: American Technical Society, 1921)


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