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Re: increasing current over time with electronic ignition
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just 'Murphy' messing with you...coincidence
putting the points back in with NO other changes and I bet the problem persists.
Charging system problem, or battery, or something as simple as a bad-dirty connection somewhere in the charging/battery circuit.
(hint, if you disconnected the battery properly when you put in the EI, I'd check that connection first)
points or EI, they are just a switch.
just like a simple toggle switch
which doesn't change your source power or the wattage of the bulb in the lamp/etc. It just allows/interrupts the current flow.
In fact, if you look at points closely, it is just a toggle switch,
with the dist cam being the little hand that switches it, very, very fast. EI use a magnet as the little hand, but same deal.
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