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Lane Lawson

01-30-2010 07:23:35




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I have no fire from distributor to plug. I have voltage from coil to distributor. Is there any one who can help Thsnks




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DickL

01-30-2010 07:49:12




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 Re: allis g in reply to Lane Lawson, 01-30-2010 07:23:35  
Could be a couple or more things. One biggie is forgetting to put the rotor back in. Points not opening or not closing. If the condenser shorts out it is like having the switch off and will not spark to the plugs.
I found a distributor one time that the mounting plate for the points and been painted and would not spark because the stationary side of the points was not grounded.



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gatz

01-30-2010 08:10:58




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 Re: allis g in reply to DickL, 01-30-2010 07:49:12  
Did you just change points ?

Along with what DickL said, look to make sure that the lead from the coil or the condenser wire terminals are not touching the (points) mounting plate. If they are, it"s a dead short.



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