Posted by Louie Bram on August 31, 2012 at 19:32:48 from (184.108.40.206):
I own a 1946 H farmall that has an original 6-volt system with a coil. For years the tractor has worked fine until one day I started it and two minutes later it died. I felt the coil, and it was hot, so I changed the coil when I realized it wasn't getting spark. two weeks later, that coil burnt out. I changed the points, plugs, condenser, cap and got another coil. Then that coil burnt out in a week. I thought maybe it was because of cheap chinese coils (the original one lasted 50 years) so I tried an IH coil. It burnt out. I can't figure out why I am burning out all these coils on the H. Does anyone have any ideas?
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