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WD45 wont start

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Mark in Mo.

04-11-2003 16:42:40




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I need some help from an expert on WD 45's. For the last six months my workhorse will not start, I started with the fuel system and cleaned it up. I then went to the electrical system. I installed new wires, plugs, points.. etc.I thought it would crank right up, no luck, the problem seems to be with the ignition coil, although it is getting juice, it does not return a spark. The coil is new and does work on my truck. The tractor has a 12 volt system and I have correctly replaced the wires as they were, hot wire to coil(+). Neg going through the resistor and on to the distibutor casing. Noluck. I need help.
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Mark

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Bill

04-14-2003 14:15:47




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 Re: WD45 wont start in reply to Mark in Mo., 04-11-2003 16:42:40  
Resistor should normally be on the positive side. Check spark by energizing coil and then openning circuit-look for spark- if you have it then the points are the problem.



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rayinny

04-12-2003 13:50:00




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 Re: WD45 wont start in reply to Mark in Mo., 04-11-2003 16:42:40  
Check the ignition switch or starter solenoid switch. On cars with an external resistor you need to bypass the resistor for starting. This function is sometimes done with the starter solenoid switch.



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Richardh

04-12-2003 03:27:31




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 Re: WD45 wont start in reply to Mark in Mo., 04-11-2003 16:42:40  
I u can get a coil off am 1974 or so ford pickup they have the resitor built in them already. U might want 2 check and make sure that u have not grouned the points when u installed them.
Have fun



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