It is also interesting on how the ignition lead is designed. The lead wire is surrounded by a metallic braid that protects it from electromagnetic interference. It also serves as a ground return for the entire system.
Imperatively, the entire ignition process ends when the energy received by the ignition plug is transformed to an electrical spark. The spark ignites the fuel and air mixture leading to combustion. According to the site, the ignition plugs requires to be maintained or changed regularly. In this case, the ignition plug requires to be inspected minimally at regular intervals. The site suggests that close attention should be paid to such rejection factors as cracked ceramic insulators, excessive tip erosion, or any other evidence of igniter area burn-through or taking too long to