Topic: Re: TO-20
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|Tony in Mass.
This always starts a fight! Two people, take one wire off a plug, hold it in the air a foot or so away. using insulated pliers, wooden clothespin, or have someone you need to get even with do this. Then when someone is cranking the engine -ignition on, keep bringing the wire closer to the spark plug. At a certain point- it will arc, hopefully the other plugs will fire, then quickly shut off the tracotr and install the plug wire back in place. Seems even a brand new coil needs... a charge? polarity update? shock? zap? The guy holding the wire might get a zap too. Good luck.
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