Topic: Re: Amp draw on tractor?
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Switch should read a dead short, i.e. Zero ohms when on.
The coils seem to be all over the place depending on manufacturer.
If it read 3 ohms when you bought it, it should still read that.
Problem is it can change with heat, so just because it reads 3 ohms
cold doesn't mean it is necessarily "good".
On the other hand, if it reads open, OL, then it is most likely bad.
Wish I could help more with that, but I don't know of any way the average
guy can bench test a coil with any certainty other than checking for an open winding.
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