Re: coil getting hot
So Austin Shackles was, like
> On or around Wed, 9 Mar 2005 09:01:02 +0000 (UTC), beamendsltd
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> enlightened us thusly:
>> Are we talking Range Rover? If so, then yes in most cases
>> there should be a ballast resistor in the circuit. If it's not
>> there you will get exactly the symptoms you describe. I don't
>> know about on-line, but the Haynes book gives sufficient info.
> same effects with one or other combination of "wrong" coil - I
> *think* it was using an "electronic" coil with a points dizzy.
> 'tother way round, it just doesn't run properly.
No coil expert (least, not the automotive kind), but I mistakenly fitted a
ballast-type coil to the S2a and it overheated enough to cause a misfire.
Replaced with original and it ran fine. So that combination certainly
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