The starter motor has its own heavy cable, direct from the battery. The ignition circuit furnishes the high-tension impulses to the sparkplugs; and the charging system includes the generator, which recharges the battery. All the other circuits are called ancillary (subsidiary) circuits.
Most are wired through the ignition switch, so that they work only when the ignition is switched on. This prevents you accidentally leaving something switched on which might cause the battery to go flat. The side and tail lights, however, which you may need to leave on when the car is parked, are always wired independently of the ignition switch.
Tap For More Images Gallery
Altrushare - Wiring Diagram Gallery
Copyright © 2003 - 2018 Domain Media. All sponsored products, company names, brand names, trademarks and logos arethe property of their respective owners.