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    I have a 65 with a 200cui L6 with a no start problem. I have a good hot spark from coil but not to plugs. I’ve put a new cap, rotor, plug wires and spark plugs on and still no spark. I’ve taken the primary coil wire and held it against ground and get a good hot spark. But when I hold spark plug...
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    I just picked up my first mustang a couple months back and am trying to chase down an ignition / mix issue. I've been having a rough idle since I bought her, and trying to chase down what exactly is going on. It appears to be running rich. So far I have: Cleaned & restored the carb (600CFM...
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    I'm putting in a push button start system until I can get my hands on lower lock actuator for a tilt column. I figured out all the wiring except for the purple/white and red/white wires. I looked at the wiring diagram and I believe they should be connected to blk ground in run, but I'm not 100%...
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    Hi. I was having some weird timing issues with my 351w with a b303 cam in it. I pulled the cap off the distributor and there was a big chunk of magnet flying around, the rotor wiggles, and the vacuum advance doesn't do anything. The trouble is as it is a roller cam it needs a steel gear (I...
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    Hi so i am new to all of this but my uncle gave me his old 64 mustang straight 6 and i am trying to figure out how to install the ignition coil - i need to know where in the engine bay it goes and hot to connect it to the battery/engine
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    I’ve replaced the starter, starter solenoid and ignition switch still getting nothing. If I bypass the solenoid it will fire up. Brand new battery I’ve tried going from park to neutral still nothing. Any info would help! Thanks, I’ve also checked all ground wires they seem to be fine
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    I am in the process of restoring my 1969 Mustang Grande. Earlier today i installed the clock and main gauge cluster to test. All the lights worked fine as did the clock, with the ignition in the OFF position. When I turned the ignition to the ACCESSORY position, smoke began billowing out from...
  8. Mod and Custom Forum
    Hi guys, I have an issue that I need help with. I just recently installed some new parts on my engine. Autolite Copper Spark Plugs (gap .045) Edelbrock Spark Plug Wires MSD Blaster 2 Ignition Coil MSD Pro-Billet Distributor (1 heavy spring + 1 light spring + 25° silver bushing) The car starts...
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    Hi guys, I need advice on determining what the spark plug gap should be on my car. I've been reading around to look for clues, but have seen mixed answers from .032 - .035 and .040 - .050 So I'm a bit confused on what I should set the gap for my spark plugs to. I know it's not a one size fits...
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