EI is a luxury item . EI comes with a higher price tag and if it should fail then it is usually a total loss .
EI is not a magic cure all but it is a nice luxury if that's what a man wants . It can cut down on maintenance since it does not need routine inspection , it may help smooth out a rough idle , is more forgiving on a loose shaft or worn lobes , and does not work out of adjustment .
30 years ago I smoked a Mallory Unilite while jump starting my pick up :(
Make sure your battery and charging system is working properly . A bad alternator spike could be trouble .
Personally I would recommend to buy and rebuild a used dizzy to keep on the shelf . Points or EI usually fail when you really need your tractor .
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