The engine assembly of a motor vehicle generally includes multiple cylinders separately connected to an ignition system through an ignition distributor. Engines use a distributor to distribute high voltage electricity to cylinders, or more specifically spark plugs associated with the cylinders, for ignition. The transmission of high voltage electricity from the distributor to the cylinders or the spark plugs is done via high voltage cables, which are usually called ignition cables or ignition wires. Automotive ignition CABLE has numerous constructions. A number of these constructions have a core consisting of a wire conductor wrapped around a rubber jacketed fiberglass cord and then given a thin coating of a semi-conductive material, over which an insulation is extruded, typically braided and then jacketed and cured. Ignition cables for spark plugs commonly include a conductive core, a conductor or semi-conductor coating layer, a release coating, an electrical insulation layer, a strengthening layer to provide enhanced tensile strength and an insulating outer sheath or jacket. The central conductive core of the ignition cable has most commonly comprised a metallic conductor, which often takes the form of stranded copper or so forth. To provide the required cable strength and flexibility, a glass fiber overbraid generally is provided coaxially over the inner insulation layer and an outer layer of rubber insulation is extruded coaxially over it.
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