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Re: Hiccough Help
Correct, but according to the dealer mine had moisture in them (I believe
that to be BS), and would that change the resistance? And, should there not
be marks from grounding on the side of the head walls?
>From: Todd Young <email@example.com>
>Subject: Hiccough Help
>Date: Wed, Jun 10, 1998, 19:10
>So, unless you have a second set of coils, I am not sure how you would
>diagnose. Anyone else have ideas????
>I'm not sure, but it seems to me you could ohm up the primary and
>windings on each coil and compare. They should all be right around the
>resistance. If not you might have a coil that is breaking down.
>As far as the spark plug boots (and/or wires), inspect them for any
>burn marks, or cracked insulation. The presence of said defects could
>the spark to jump out of the wire directly to ground.
>Todd Young WAM!NET Inc.
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