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The Anatomy Of: Spark Plugs

A spark plug takes electric current from the ignition system to the combustion chamber of an engine to ignite the air/fuel mixture through an electrical spark. Let’s look at what makes a spark plug work.

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A spark plug takes electric current from the ignition system to the combustion chamber of an engine to ignite the air/fuel mixture through an electrical spark. This electrical energy goes through the spark plug and jumps over the gap in the plug’s firing end. Let’s look at what makes a spark plug work.

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