And anyone expecting James to be the spark plug and catalyst of the Heat is woefully mistaken.
Well, jiminety, that spark plug sure did look funny lying on that piece of net moss.
The spark plug S is located in the head, close to the inlet port.
Quickly unscrewing the spark plug, he placed it on top of the cylinder, then gave the propeller a whirl.
Nat Trevor, if you dare to pun, I'll—I'll—bust your spark plug.
The spark plug f is porcelain—an exceedingly good insulator.
B is the battery of five cells, C is the spark coil, G is the engine cylinder, f is the spark plug.
First look over the ignition system and spark plug for trouble, and also make sure that the carburetor is receiving fuel.
The spark plug is a simple device which may be compared to the fuse or percussion cap of the cannon.
As the engine originally came out, it continued to utilize only one spark plug in each cylinder.
|spark plug |
A device in the cylinder head of an internal-combustion engine that ignites the fuel mixture by means of an electric spark. Spark plugs consist of two electrodes that are separated by an insulator except at their tips. When high voltage electricity is fed to one electrode, it jumps across the gap from one tip to the other as a spark. The voltage required to generate a spark is directly proportional to the size of the gap; in a car engine it is about 18,000 volts.
To initiate and stimulate; trigger: Willy Mays sparked an eighth inning Giant drive by stealing second (1912+)