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In Reply to: Re: Ford NAA - No spark posted by BobV KS on Monday, June 26, 2017:
I was able to get back to this tonight. Asraticallf suggested I disconnected the wire from the coil to the distributor. I was then getting current to both sides of the coil. I I took the cap off and disconnected everything. Put the wire back on from the coil to the distributor. I still had current. So I started reassembling all the wiring inside the distributor constantly checking If I had current. Well, its all back together and I have current; so theoretically it should start now. I have to charge the battery first and I'll report back tomorrow. I'm betting that its going to start.
Also, as suggested, I checked the insulator and it was not cracked although that assembly was a bit lose until I reassembled everything.
Talk to you all tomorrow.
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