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In Reply to: Re: Ford NAA - No spark posted by Bob in KS on Sunday, June 25, 2017:
With the points open I'm getting only .4 volts coming out of the other side of the coil. Tried a different coil with the same results. Definitely not getting spark. I'll check the wire from the switch since you said 5.4 seems low. I did make sure the battery has/had a full charge. Need to fix a fence; using backhoe instead of tractor w/ auger since it isn't running. I'm going to look into the wire coming from the switch, it sounds suspect. Perhaps the low voltage is the whole issue.
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