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An ignition coil works in conjunction with the flywheel to produce the spark needed to ignite the fuel in the cylinder. Problems with these components can lead to poor performance, hard starting, poor acceleration, stalling.

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Ignition

How does a ignintion coil work?

An ignition coil, also known as a coil, is a part of the ignition system of an internal combustion engine, including that of scooters. It is responsible for generating the high voltage needed to produce the spark that ignites the fuel in the cylinder.

The ignition coil interacts with the flywheel, which is a heavy wheel mounted on the crankshaft of the engine. The flywheel is fitted with a magnet that moves past the ignition coil when the flywheel rotates. This causes a change in the coil's magnetic field, generating a high voltage signal that is fed to the spark plug.

By fine-tuning the ignition coil and flywheel, the ignition system can produce the spark at the right time, which is essential for proper engine operation.

If there are problems with the ignition coil or flywheel, it can lead to engine performance issues such as hard starting, poor acceleration, and even engine stalling while driving.

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