Definition of Ignition lock
1. Noun. A restraint incorporated into the ignition switch to prevent the use of a vehicle by persons who do not have the key.
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Literary usage of Ignition lock
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Popular Mechanics Shop Notes (1920)
"A Reliable Ignition Auto Lock A simple ignition lock for a small automobile of a common type, that defies the efforts of un- au th orized persons to start ..."
2. Automobile Troubles and Repairs, Welding-vulcanizing: A Practical Guide to by Morris Albert Hall, George W. Cravens (1916)
"On the Packard, the electrical control and the ignition lock are grouped on a control post, in front of and supported from the steering post, with a hollow ..."
3. Auto Data Book edited by Edwin Hess (1921)
"No Car Complete Without It It is a Hood and ignition lock and Identification Device and Mirror Combined. Aluminum and special construction. ..."