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Old 07-10-2012, 04:51 PM
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Well, after re-checking everything AGAIN (lol) and replacing the ballast resistor with no positive results, I decided to let a garage look at it. So far, the guy said the points were mis-aligned and covered in grease. I'm probably the one that greased up the points, as yesterday I did the screwdriver test on the points (they did spark and have 12.47 volts). As I remember, the tips of the points on that distributor (and the previous remanned distributor) looked odd and not lined up properly. I guess thats what I get for trying to save a few bucks. I got both dizzy's from AutoPart International, and they got them from a Mexican company. I guess QC is NOT a strongpoint south of the border.........

As I find out more, I'll let you guys know............
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