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1956 international cub coil problems

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locknload74

07-13-2012 16:40:18




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my cubs coil gets very hot and quits running .why or what is wrong?




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JMOR

07-14-2012 10:34:59




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 Re: 1956 international cub coil problems in reply to woodbutcher, 07-13-2012 16:40:18  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seenothing personal. we have all changed things & problem goes away. sometimes we never know exactly why, but just happy to be without the problem. have a good one!



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JMOR

07-14-2012 07:04:21




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 Re: 1956 international cub coil problems in reply to old, 07-13-2012 16:40:18  
I'm sorry, but a new cap & rotor has zero effect on coil current/heating........a cause/effect mis-relationship.



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Gchase24

07-14-2012 09:43:22




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 Re: 1956 international cub coil problems in reply to JMOR, 07-14-2012 07:04:21  
J mor You can say what you want but I went thru all the frustration and cussing and a cap and rotor is exactly what cured it. I took the old cap and turned it up side down and filled it with water and let it set over nite looking for a crack.Still full of water the next morning. Tried rubbing alcahol,gas still cuold not find no crack. Took an ohm meter and all four contacts and coil contacts were good. Maybe when the cap heated up a crack opened up and it took more resitance to fire . Beats the hell out of me too!!!

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Gchase24

07-14-2012 05:30:03




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 Re: 1956 international cub coil problems in reply to locknload74, 07-13-2012 16:40:18  
I just went thru this same problem six months ago on my 1968 cub.. I tried two differant aftermarket coils with internal resistors (NAPA and Carquest)I even added an external resistor with the same results ,run awhile then die. Coil so hot you could not touch it. I finaly drove 30 miles to a Case I/H dealer and bought oem coil ad new points and consenser. It ran but it would start to miss after awhile and coil warmer than normal.Drove back to Case/IH for a new Distriutor cap and rotor. This solved my problem ,runs like it should and coil cool to the touch.

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old

07-13-2012 20:04:27




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 Re: 1956 international cub coil problems in reply to locknload74, 07-13-2012 16:40:18  
Fill in the blanks>>>... 6 volts or 12 volts???? If 12 volts it is wired wrong and you most likely have smoke tested it since it either needs a 12 volt coil n resister needed or you need a ballast resister in the system



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ljtrac

07-13-2012 18:21:32




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 Re: 1956 international cub coil problems in reply to locknload74, 07-13-2012 16:40:18  
locknload, where are you located ?



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locknload74

07-14-2012 13:44:59




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 Re: 1956 international cub coil problems in reply to ljtrac, 07-13-2012 18:21:32  
paris texas



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JDseller

07-13-2012 17:01:59




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 Re: 1956 international cub coil problems in reply to locknload74, 07-13-2012 16:40:18  
Bad coil or wrong voltage/resistance coil for your application. If is just started do this with nothing else changed than I would just say the coil went bad. IF you have just replaced the coil and it started do this then I would say you have the wrong coil for your tractor.



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