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Re: Hot wiring coil

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Bruce (VA)

01-15-2014 14:36:15

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What problems are you having that would require you to hot wire the coil?

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01-16-2014 02:39:47

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 Re: Hot wiring coil in reply to Bruce (VA), 01-15-2014 14:36:15  
To be honest Bruce I'am not having any problem at the present time,I have done a lot of menchanial work on the three I have owned, even some new wiring (not a complete wiring harness)I'am a beleiver in if it isn't broke don't fix it.However at 78 years of age I though I should learn what was meant by hot wiring. I also own a 46 Packard and did do a new wiring harness on it , took about a year but finally got it correct (make a preacher cuss)finall I want to say thanks for all the help I have received from the post I have made especialy your 75 hints. Thanks again. Bob

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Bruce (VA)

01-16-2014 05:27:04

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 Re: Hot wiring coil in reply to Bob5300, 01-16-2014 02:39:47  
" I'am a beleiver in if it isn't broke don't fix it"

Same here!

Which is why I asked the question; hotwiring the coil can get you in trouble!

BTW, if you can re-wire a 46 Packard, you could do an N tractor in your sleep.

(tip # 42)

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