The igniter is similar to those used on distributor type ignition systems but incorporates three separate primary circuits. The igniter determines timing of three primary circuits by the combination of IGdA and IGdB input signals from the ECU. The IGt signal is relayed by the igniter to the proper power transistor circuit to trigger the ignition event at the proper coil. The igniter also sends the standard IGf confirmation signal to the ECU for each ignition event which takes place.

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