What is a pick-up coil?


A Pick-Up Coil is an engine device that induces the voltage into an electric ignition. The coil is found at the bottom of the distributor and is fixed into the ignition module. The coil senses pulses emanating from the distributor and communicates the same to the ignition module to ignite an automobile.
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