ASVAB Automotive Information Practice Test 136859

Question 1 of 5
Ignition Coil

The ignition coil is a high-voltage transformer made up of two coils of wire. The primary coil winding is the low-voltage winding and has relatively few turns of heavy wire. The secondary coil winding is the high-voltage winding that surrounds the primary and is made up of thousands of turns of fine wire. Current flows from the battery through the primary coil winding which creates a changing magnetic field inside the secondary coil. This induces a very high-voltage current in the secondary coil which it feeds to the distributor.

What's the name of the high-voltage winding in the ignition coil?

secondary coil winding

initial coil winding

primary coil winding

battery coil winding