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Also make sure you have the right switch for the right rooster comb in the trans. Common if the trans was changed.
No wires here I have metal collars that I had made up for me. Shoot me a PM $15 for a kit.
Craig it can be. Stop by O-190 be there Wed night we hope.
Sound like the pick up coil is on its way\ out. When it is cool does it work and shut down when it is hot?
I want them! Would have saved me money instead of throwing parts at issues!
First place I would check is the bulkhead connector for corrosion/dirt or a pushed connector. Your getting there. Do you have a wiring diagram...
Do that and after it is say not kicking in the vacuum advance retard the timing a few degrees and try to hot start it again that should give us...
Do you have a vacuum gauge you can read what it is?
I had a crazy one on my worked big cam 440, I kept breaking starter noses of due to kickback on hot start only. Turned out that when I was...
Should be right then. Hey does the idle drop when you take the vacuum advance line off to check the timing? Should not be advancing at idle.
We will get him through it, thats what coffee is for!:rofl:
What carb? Most go to the lower passenger side the ported vacuum.
Start there it should definitely help. Hey where is your vacuum advance line going to the carb or the manifold?
Hot it definitely affects start. My 440 broke 3 starter noses before I realized the Vac advance was kicking in. Big pia to figure out!
If needed I sell them.
Can be but if your getting 0 VDC in the start position which should be 12 VDC something is going on, poor bulkhead connection or a bad starter...
If it is a stock system there is no ignition relay, should be like that drawing.
I would check first if the ballast resistor is getting voltage in the "start" position key cranking, could be a switch since it started when you...
Relay would just be the starter. What ignition you have points or electronic?
Pre 76t Rotor should be a CH-308. I have seen CH-303 in place and they seem to fit tight, beieve they are for the later....