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Ignitor electronic ignition question

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RawkFarmer

06-13-2018 20:03:18




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Hi folks, I have a 2n, 6 volt positive ground, front distributor, and have just installed new Ignitor electronic ignition and wanted to know: what to do now with the wire on the harness that runs from the C terminal to the (old)coil? The Ignitor instructions have you run the black wire on the unit to the key ignition, and that's working fine, but with no old coil on top of the distributor, do you just cap off that wire? Thank you!

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Tim PloughNman Daley

06-14-2018 04:02:26




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 Re: Ignitor electronic ignition question in reply to RawkFarmer, 06-13-2018 20:03:18  
It's your tractor and your $$$ so you can do whatever you wish, but, my advice if adding EI, is to also do a correct 12-volt switch over job. There are 6V EI jobs but by going with 12V and EI, you will be much happier, less worries, and less maintenance.

Tim Daley(MI)



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JMOR

06-14-2018 02:43:02




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 Re: Ignitor electronic ignition question in reply to RawkFarmer, 06-13-2018 20:03:18  
The correct answer is to call the toll free Pertronix phone number. If you insist on another approach, you need to provide information as to Pertronix part number (they sell MANY!) and define such terms as "C" terminal.



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RawkFarmer

06-14-2018 13:55:02




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 Re: Ignitor electronic ignition question in reply to JMOR, 06-14-2018 02:43:02  
Thanks, I have a question in to their customer support.



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