I have a 1942 Ford 2N. It has a 12 volt conversion with a 12 volt coil and one OEM resister in it. I have went through my third coil. The tractor will initially run for about 1/2 hours. Then it quits and does not want to run again. After it rests for about a day or so, sometime it will restart and run for 20 to 30 minutes again. When you restart it, it will idle ok in neutral but as soon as you put it in gear and bring off the clutch, it bogs out and dies. Any ideas????? ( I have left the swtitc on a few times but can not conclude if this is connected to when the coils have burned up.) Mark
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