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8n wont start
|Ed||I have a '52 Ford 8N. It's new to me. When it's cold it starts right up (6V system). After running for a time, It won't start and I have to jump it with the truck and then it will start. My 'helpful' neighbor came over and removed the distributor cap, sanded the contacts, sanded the points, wiggled a few things, put it back together and now it won't start at all. Thanks, buddy! I tried a new rotor and a new ignition coil wire. Still no go. Now what?
|long shot||First thing I would do is change the points and condenser IF it is getting fuel. Also the coil may be bad But do the points and condenser first.
|Corey||yeah then put up a fence
|Matt||make sure you're getting 6 volts to the coil...make sure the little rubber boot that goes through the side of the distributor is in good shape and not grounding out there...that's a much overlooked place...good luck!!!
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