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In Reply to: Coil Now Gets Hot- With New Distributor posted by mrlewp87 on Wednesday, June 25, 2014:
My first thought would be a bad condenser. For some reason it's drawing too much current. I don't think ignition timing would have anything to do with it. If it's not the condenser, and you if you have an ohm meter, remove the primary wire that goes to the coil and the wire to the condenser and check for any stray ground at that terminal when the points are open. Let us know.
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