Re: 94 Escort 1.9 Ignition Capacitor Specs?
Auto Zone has no listing for this item, even in their paper catalog of
engine managment compnnents. So it will b interesting to see what FoMoCo
charges for this little gem.
"Backyard Mechanic" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> "Chris Bowne" <email@example.com> wrote in
> > Just noticed that one of the the subject ignition noise supression
> > capacitor's lead has broken off it right at the cap body leaving it
> > dangling near the ignition pack. Not apparent that it's failure has
> > effected either ignition or radio perfromance though.
> > Anyone know the specs (capacitance and voltage rating) of this item?
> > Being an inherently cheap ham radio operator with a huge collection of
> > electronic flotsam and jetsam, I'm sure I have something hanging
> > around that will function as good or better than the Ford part.
> I'd think that would be 'duck soup' for a 'HAM'. Just off the top of your
> Voltage would be at least 10 times Primary. Then figure reactance v
> impedance of the 'L' circuit... against freq range of desired band you
> to suppress.
> It's been 20 years...but I would guess .1 to .5ufd at 200v paper or
> But isnt it easier to just head out to an auto parts store and buy one off
> the 'Help" rack?