Re: sparking problem

Ron Brown /
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Jon,

If you can find it, romove the wire from the kill switch to the points, just in case it is shorting to ground somewhere. If you have an ignition switch that connects power to the ignition, bypass that as well. Look for any wires/connections which may be marginal and fix or bypass them.

Buy a can of circuit cooler from Radio Shack and when the ped dies, spray the coil or the condensor with circuit cooler and see if that fixes it faster than normal cooling. You can also do the reverse and heat components with a hair drier to see if you can make them fail.

Ron

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  sparking problemTopic by: Jon Dalton Jon Dalton 04/15/01 04:03PM
  Re: sparking problemRe: Chris Robertson Chris Robertson 04/15/01 06:20PM
  Re: sparking problemRe: Jon Dalton Jon Dalton 04/15/01 07:14PM
  Re: sparking problemRe: Miguel Miguel 04/15/01 08:16PM
  Re: sparking problemRe: Jon Dalton Jon Dalton 04/15/01 11:37PM
  Re: sparking problemRe: Chris Robertson Chris Robertson 04/16/01 12:21AM
  Re: sparking problemRe: Jon Dalton Jon Dalton 04/16/01 04:40AM
  Re: sparking problemRe: Ron Brown Ron Brown 04/16/01 11:35AM

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