You may be right,I've never put a trigger module on bench & tried to do open heart surgery on it & figure out how it works,what does strike me as strange is condenser is non polarized,I would think same would have to be polarized to operate correctly in a cd system,but I may be/am probably wrong,it just may be another one of those mysteries of life/electronics.
Re: 1970 14 hp kohler no spark in reply to Bob, 11-28-2013 22:01:13
I'm just going by symbol used in trigger module/coil drawing,the way condenser symbol drawn would indicate a non polarized condenser as there is no pos(+)end,the symbol is the same as a symbol for a condenser used in AC circuts for motor start condensers,line filters etc which are non polarized.
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