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In Reply to: Re: Ford NAA - No spark posted by Jim L on Sunday, June 25, 2017:
Will do, still fixing fencing, but something you said corresponds to what my neighbor said he saw. My neighbor is manager of roads, vehicles, maintenance, etc. of a large township; so he's a wealth of knowledge when it comes to anything mechanical. He had me turn the key on with the points open and he said that he saw a spark inside the dizzy; however, we could not repeat it. Now I'm thinking that he maybe really did see a spark. The wiring inside the dizzy looks solid, but of course that doesn't always mean it is.
Going to test your theory in a little bit. Catching some air-conditioning....been working in this sun all weekend.
Thanks for the replies, this one is tricky.
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