Posted by rossow (mn) on September 26, 2012 at 10:14:42 from (188.8.131.52):
In Reply to: 12 v coil posted by pconnie.ks on September 25, 2012 at 17:54:56:
Not relevant to technically testing a coil, but... Both of my 8Ns have been converted to 12-volt, so when I go to car swap meets, yard sales, etc., I pick up new/used round coils when they're cheap, just to have a spare or two or three available for "testing" purposes. Got one new in box for $1 this summer, and another "slightly used" for $3 at a swap meet a couple of weekends ago. The same coils fit my N's as fit my old Novas and Chevelles and '55-57's, so it's easy to swap them around to pinpoint a bad coil. Pretty sloppy approach, perhaps, but it works for me at very little expense or effort.
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