Re: Motobecane problem

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Ron,you're a pretty fair mechanic from what I've seen so don't let me insult you here,but I've seen bad coils do this exact thing.You probably already know that coils lose their `umph' with heat and this heat is created by the windings when they are activated to step-up the voltage.Usually it's the coil which fails like this and not the condenser because condensers tend to cause some backfiring or just go dead all at once. Hope it's this simple! BYE!

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  Motobecane problemTopic by: Ron Brown Ron Brown 05/18/01 11:57AM
  Re: Motobecane problemRe: don-ohio don-ohio 05/18/01 10:15PM
  Re: Motobecane problemRe: mike mike 05/18/01 10:42PM
  Re: Motobecane problemRe: Ron Brown Ron Brown 05/19/01 10:22AM
  Re: Motobecane problemRe: Ron Brown Ron Brown 05/19/01 10:18AM
  Re: Motobecane problemRe: Ron Brown Ron Brown 05/19/01 10:53AM
  Re: Motobecane problemRe: Ron Brown Ron Brown 05/19/01 01:20PM
  EurekaRe: Ron Brown Ron Brown 05/19/01 06:26PM
  Re: EurekaRe: don-ohio don-ohio 05/19/01 10:15PM
  Fred was right againRe: Ron Brown Ron Brown 05/20/01 01:31PM
  Re: Fred was right againRe: don-ohio don-ohio 05/21/01 02:20PM
  Re: Fred was right againRe: Ron Brown Ron Brown 05/21/01 02:41PM
  Re: Fred was right againRe: don-ohio don-ohio 05/22/01 02:47PM
  Re: Fred was right againRe: Ron Brown Ron Brown 05/22/01 03:25PM
  Re: Fred was right againRe: don-ohio don-ohio 05/25/01 08:38AM
  Re: Fred was right againRe: Ron Brown Ron Brown 05/25/01 12:15PM
  Re: Fred was right againRe: don-ohio don-ohio 05/26/01 05:09PM
  Re: Motobecane problemRe: don-ohio don-ohio 05/25/01 08:01PM

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