Backyard Mechanic wrote:
> "Chris Bowne" <email@example.com> wrote in
>>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.
> Okay...I have an idea. Try a regular points-type 'condenser'. I had an
> ign noise problem that showed mainly on the lower AM dial and it worked for
> me (installed on coil + term). If you need more (higher) than that.. just
> a regular .1ufd disc at 100 volts or more in parallel with the above ought
> to do it.
> just a tip for some,
Most point type ignition "condensers" were the same value as the external
"capacitor" on Ignition coils and voltage regulators (or elsewhere in the charging
system. I recall specs from when I was in high school automotive class but that was
~30 years ago.
You're a Ham, I'm an antique radio collector. We both "should" know how to calculate
the proper voltage and MFD for this cap! I know I can't ;( I'm thinking 1-10 mfd at
about 600v. Non electrolytic, non polarized, off the top of my head. I've used caps in
that range for radio supression on aftermarket installs..