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Re: Magnoto /Distributor

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Butch(OH)

07-30-2002 05:24:33




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It goes to the points with the condenser and primary coil wires.




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Jim/Pittsburgh

07-30-2002 07:02:56




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 Re: Re: Magnoto /Distributor in reply to Butch(OH), 07-30-2002 05:24:33  
I did try that once and it didn't work but I will try it again to make sure. Thanks



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Burch(OH)

07-30-2002 08:33:31




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 Re: Re: Re: Magnoto /Distributor in reply to Jim/Pittsburgh, 07-30-2002 07:02:56  
If attaching the wire to the points killed the mag then you need disconnect the external kill wire at he mag to eliminate the possible bad switch or wire. If you still have no spark, look at the stud were it goes through the case and find out where it is grounding. I have seen several different stud types but if yours is the more common brass machine screw, starting at the head you should attach the internal grounding wire then a fiber insulating washer, then a fiber sleeve that insulates the case hole. Push it through the case then add another fiber washer, then a brass flat washer, the thunb grounding switch and tighten with a nut. Then attach the kill wire to the switch with another nut.

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Butch (OH)

07-30-2002 08:39:19




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Magnoto /Distributor in reply to Burch(OH), 07-30-2002 08:33:31  
Never been good at spelling but I USED to be able to spell my own name! LOL



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Jim/Pittsburgh

07-30-2002 19:09:04




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Magnoto /Distributor in reply to Butch (OH), 07-30-2002 08:39:19  
Butch,

I got it working! Someone had used the fiber washer as just a washer. I found it, fixed it and it is now working.Thanks for all your help.

Next project is the transmission and then.........this tractor will be completed restored!!



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