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DBaird
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 04, 2013 5:52 pm    Post subject: weak sparkies Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Had the "run-for-a-little-while-then crap out" problem with my 12volt converted 1943 2N. Let it set for a minute and it would start up but only briefly. Gas supply was good and tank vent was functional so I installed a new coil and condenser. Now it will not start and the sparks are pitiful little things. My question is this: I installed a resister when I coverted to 12V. Should I remove it now that it has a 12V coil? And how about that factory original resister? Is that needed with the 12V coil?Greatful for help from anyone less electrically challenged than I apparently am.
 
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 04, 2013 6:02 pm    Post subject: Re: weak sparkies Reply to specific post Reply with quote

DBaird wrote:
(quoted from post at 21:52:32 03/04/13) Had the "run-for-a-little-while-then crap out" problem with my 12volt converted 1943 2N. Let it set for a minute and it would start up but only briefly. Gas supply was good and tank vent was functional so I installed a new coil and condenser. Now it will not start and the sparks are pitiful little things. My question is this: I installed a resister when I coverted to 12V. Should I remove it now that it has a 12V coil? And how about that factory original resister? Is that needed with the 12V coil?Greatful for help from anyone less electrically challenged than I apparently am.
Bypass or remove your add-in resistor & keep the factory resistor.
 
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