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Understanding the Rover Electrical System

Electricity has been something that everybody has been for as long as we could remember. Electricity has been assisting people with their daily activities and word as well as in their times of recreation and play. And if truth be told, the automotive industry also utilizes electricity so as to power their vehicles.

By stepping back into the past, the automotive industry used electricity to function only as the way to ignite the fuel found inside the engine. Come the late 1920s, the electric started then replaced the hand crank. The electric headlights overpowered and made obsolete the acetylene lamps. And the squeak of the hand-squeezed air horn has been defeated by the loud braying of the modern automobileís electric horn. At present, an automobile requires an elaborate electrical system for its circuits so as to produce, store, and distribute all of the electricity that it needs for their operation and function.

Just like any other vehicle and any other vehicle brand, the Land Rover also uses top of the line parts and accessories for their models. In truth the Land Rover has been the vehicle of choice for the military, the agricultural sector, as well as the commercial sector of the past and present Britain. These Land Rover vehicles perform well and are good vehicles to handle. Of course, the features and primary comfort that this brand brings its patrons is all because of the Land Rover electrical parts.

The first major component in the Land Rover electrical system is the battery. The battery is used to store power for starting the engine as well as for running supplementary devices and features like the clock, the radio, and the alarms. It also is the initial source of power and electricity of the Land Rover. A 12-volt Land Rover storage battery comprises of layers of positively and negatively charged lead plates. These lead plates work together with their insulated separators. Each of these makes up six two-volt cells. Each of these cells are filled with an electricity-conducting liquid or electrolyte and this then is usually around two-thirds distilled water and the remaining portion is composed of sulfuric acid.

The next major component of the Land Rover electrical system is the starter motor. The function of this component is to convert electricity to mechanical energy. By turning on the ignition switch, this releases a small amount of power from the battery to the solenoid found above the starter. This then creates a magnetic field that then pulls the solenoid plunger forward. Another major component is the Land Rover alternator. This is a charging device that is powered by the Land Roverís engine. It actually gives power to the electrical system when the Land Rover is running as well as holding the function of restoring the charge within the battery.

http://www.landrparts.com makes sure that it has a superior stock of all Land Rover and Range Rover electrical parts in case its worldwide customers need it so as to preserve their Roverís agility and performance. Like the superior parts that go into every Rover vehicle, Land Rover Parts and Range Rover Parts maintain the tradition of bringing in only the highest quality Rover electrical parts.

Submitted by:

Carol Mitchel

Carol Mitchel is an executive assistant in one of the leading automotive magazine in Los Angeles, California. She is a certified car lover and loves extreme sports.

Land Rover Parts and Range Rover Parts http://www.landrparts.com/rover-electrical-parts.html

carol@landrparts.com





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