Re: 12V coil on 6V tractor? in reply to Trac, 07-27-2013 04:59:09
The high resistance (3.8V) is consistent with 12V coils - I was expecting something between 1.5 and 2. Compression is good so I"m hoping she will start in a couple of turns with the new coil instead of the four or five she took before. The battery is at the end of its life (runs about 6.1 to 6.2V) so I will get a new one this week also.
Re: 12V coil on 6V tractor? in reply to Trac, 07-27-2013 06:48:02
With positive ground + on coil goes to distributor, with negative ground - on coil goes to distributor.
Reversing should not affect points life but will reduce spark efficiency. Symptom I've seen with this several times with reversed coil wiring is harder starting when engine is cold. (Cold as in having set overnight, not necessarily winter time)
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