Posted by 36 coupe on September 02, 2012 at 03:01:14 from (220.127.116.11):
In Reply to: Re: Condenser posted by John T PS on August 18, 2012 at 05:38:48:
The post on the 28 Chrysler came up when I turned the computer on this morning.I looked in my Ford Service Manual page on condenser capacity.Ford used 10 different part numbers on condensers before 1938.Most were in the .20 to.25 range, a few were.30 to.34 mfd.The condenser used on the 4 cyl Model B had a capacity of .45 to .63 mfd.Test was to be done at 250 volts.low capacity shortened point life, high capacity limited high speed performance.I have 6 nos condensers that test at .25 mfd.A note in the manual says I got it in april 1956.The ohmmeter test is null and void.I never used it.I have a model B nos condenser that tests at .50 mfd.Nos means new old stock in auto parts.
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