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Old 10-02-2017, 04:50 PM
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Originally Posted by Tbird1044 View Post
My car is a 1960 and not sure if it applies to other years, but when I removed my resistor wire, I found a bullet connector at the fire wall in the ignition wire going to the coil. I'm pretty sure that the wire from the first bullet connector to the coil is the resistor wire and the short wire running from the fire wall to the switch is a regular wire. I just replaced the wire from the bullet connector to the coil and got full voltage at the coil. This is a whole lot easier than pulling the switch and replacing the entire wire.
Nyles
Hi Nyles

I just replaced the pink thru the firewall to the bullet connector, the pink is the resistor, the other will carry the full 12V. Pretty simple job once you figure out how to take out the ignition switch.
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