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Old 06-21-2013, 04:03 PM
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Thanks albuq. That is just what I needed for this weekend as I plan to get that straightened out.
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It runs!!! It runs!!!! I finally got to hear her run just now!
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Congratulations! Did you do anything special to get it running?
Where is the video?
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I call it redneck engineering... lol... I finally figured out that although po had installed a few 12V items it is still for sure 6V pos ground. And the plug wires were on wrong and they put dizzy in 180 degrees out. That is why cap was turned 180 degrees from it proper position and the new points they installed were burned up. So, new points, rewire plug wires, I only had a 12v battery and a 12v coil with built in resistor so I isolated the cranking system and ign system with jumper wires, new fuel line and filter feeding from a gas can she came to life! I will try to post video.
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Video of Grace 239 y block running for first time in about 18 years.
I had to click on the words to get it to play. I can fix trucks cars and bulldozers, but barely can work the new cell phones lol
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Oops double posted video.
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Congratulations! That's quite an effort you went thru.
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Thanks Ross. It was worth it. Now I know I have a good engine.
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Awesome and congratulations. It is such an exciting feeling. Thanks for posting the video.
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