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  1. Jmark
    09-28-2014 01:18 PM - permalink
    Hi Chet, Mark here. I posted a question for you in the "engine" forum! LOL Hope you have an answer.
  2. Coram Stiner
    08-17-2013 04:46 PM - permalink
    Coram Stiner
    That was my original thought with the water in radiator being at least 185 deg. but wasn't sure what trans temp was. Thank You very much!! Coram Stiner
  3. fwinter01
    02-07-2013 07:06 PM - permalink
    Chet, spoke with a more experienced tech section guy today. We talked for a while came to the conclusion that the cable to the distributor and coil cable can not be laid together in the same path. Must be separated so radio noise is not telling the coil to fire only when scheduled too. Interferences is signaling the coil to fire more rapid then designed which is burning the coil and causing it to not allowing to recover it after the collapse ratio. Over heating the coil, Know where in the insulation is this addressed, will try again. Hey thanks again will let you know the outcome
  4. pat preston
    10-10-2012 10:19 AM - permalink
    pat preston
    thats good to hear I have a 1925 t-bucket still waiting to drive it had to move steering coloum forword for more room for legs .the brake pedal seems close it that comman also any advice driving one ,thanks

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