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You need a resistor in front of the coil to drop the voltage at the points. I usually use one made for Chrysler products. You may find a similar resistor for British or European vehicles. The other alternative is to use a coil with an internal resistor.AndyMac wrote:Is the type of coil critical?
Same.Are there 6v and 12v points and condenser - or will one type of each do the job?
Not likely for starting and running the engine. Check the wiring diagram for your tractor.One third spare wire from the back end of the generator is not connected - not sure to what that connects - could that be critical?
Only after engine is running for a few seconds.Should oil pressure register when the engine is cranked or only after she is running?
Have you had the tractor running?AndyMac wrote:I have changed the points, plugs and checked everything through - but no spark at the plugs or the points.
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