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so i installed new plugs, cables, points, condenser, rotor and Gaskets. i also installed a key ignition (that way I'm not as likely to leave the ignition on again.)
i got a new coil for a spare just in-case my old one was a bad part. swapped it out still no spark.
when i turn my ignition key to the off position my batter gauge is at 0 when i turn the switch to on it wiggles then goes back to 0. Is this correct?
the engine still turns over just no ignition.
could the issue be caused by the petroleum jelly that i used with the new cables? (might have gotten on the conductive ends )
- Re: 2N will turn over but no spark from plugs so no ignition Jim Loveridge Saturday, May 10, 2014
- Re: 2N will turn over but no spark from plugs so no ignition Bob G Saturday, May 10, 2014
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