MercedesBenz C Class C240 (W202) 6 Cylinder M112 910 Ignition…

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Mercedes-Benz C 240 W202

Mercedes-Benz C Class C240 6 Cylinder M112.910 Ignition 98-00

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Mercedes-Benz C Class C240 6 Cylinder M112.910 Ignition 98-00

Mercedes-Benz C Class (W202) 6 Cylinder M112.910 Coil 98-00

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is a brand new, affordable OE aftermarket replacement product. Factory tested and built to quality control standard to high performance and guaranteed to better fuel economy.

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ignition coil  is a crucial of your  ignition system . Its is to convert the 12 volt power of vehicle’s electrical system in to or more volts. This a high intensity spark at the plug which then the fuel in the cylinder. Coils in will wear out over This will cause a condition.

An ignition coil is completely dead will the engine from starting or stop the engine if the car is running at the of failure. This is because no will reach the spark An ignition coil that is will still provide to the plugs, but it might not be enough for a spark and the car will run sluggishly. If the being provided by the coil consistent, the car will run rough. If a starts to show wear the symptoms, the other coil are to follow. Coils, over lose their ability to the correct power to send to the plugs, hence a poor from your spark thus increasing fuel

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Mercedes-Benz C 240 W202

Food for Thought

The coil is a device — essentially a transformer made up of two coils of One coil of wire is called primary coil . Wrapped it is the  secondary coil . The coil normally has hundreds of more turns of wire the primary coil.

Current from the battery through the winding of the coil.

The primary coil’s current can be disrupted by the  breaker . or by a solid-state device in an electronic

An ignition coil consists of a iron core surrounded by two of copper wire. Unlike a transformer, an ignition coil has an magnetic circuit — the core does not form a loop around the windings. The that is stored in the magnetic of the core is the energy that is to the spark plug.

The primary has relatively few turns of heavy The secondary winding consists of of turns of smaller wire, for the high voltage by enamel on the and layers of oiled paper The coil is usually inserted a metal can or plastic case insulated terminals for the high and low voltage connections. When the breaker closes, it allows a from the battery to build up in the winding of the ignition coil. The does not flow instantly of the inductance of the coil. Current in the coil produces a magnetic in the core and in the air surrounding the core. The must flow long to store enough energy in the for the spark. Once the current has up to its full level, the contact opens. Since it has a capacitor across it, the primary winding and the form a tuned circuit, and as the energy oscillates between the formed by the coil and the capacitor, the magnetic field in the core of the induces a much larger in the secondary of the coil. More electronic ignition systems on exactly the same principle, but rely on charging

the capacitor to around 400 volts than charging the inductance of the The timing of the opening of the contacts (or of the transistor) must be matched to the of the piston in the cylinder. The spark occur after the air/fuel is compressed. The contacts are driven off a that is driven by the engine or, if electronic ignition is used, a on the engine shaft controls the of the pulses.

The amount of energy in the spark to ignite the air-fuel mixture depending on the pressure and composition of the and on the speed of the engine. Under conditions as little as 1 millijoule is in each spark, but practical must deliver much energy than this to for higher pressure, rich or mixtures, losses in ignition and plug fouling and leakage. gas velocity is high in the spark the arc between the terminals is blown from the terminals, making the arc and requiring more energy in spark. Between 30 and 70 millijoules are in each spark.

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