Re: [Chrysler300] correct 300H ignition coi voltagel
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Re: [Chrysler300] correct 300H ignition coi voltagel





I do that also Paul! It can make for a a real light show. I haven;t done that yet on my Chrysler, but may have to soon. 
(The trick is to sit in the dark with an idling engine long enough for one’s eyes to become accustomed to the dark without killing yourself with CO poisoning!) 
Best, Mike Moore  
On Feb 28, 2016, at 8:46 AM, paul paulholm@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [Chrysler300] <Chrysler300-noreply@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

 

On 02/28/16 07:09, John Grady jkg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [Chrysler300] wrote:

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> Barely enough at high rpm .. Why the two points in first place on
> letter cars . If set too loose high rpm miss coil undercharged. If too
> tight not clean break = high rpm miss . Coil tower must be spotless
> silicone grease under cup . Mopars are known for spark jumping under cup
> to primary terminals. Drove me crazy did not know that on 68 charger
> new car. Hi rpm miss.
> Hope this helps.

> Sent from my iPhone

Thats why some of us learned to look for spark leakage at night,
under a dark sky with no lights its easier to see the spark jumping
around if it is leaking. Either at the coil or anywhere along the wires.
Spark tends to look for the path of least resistance when seeking a
path to ground.

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Paul Holmgren
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it in one master insight, you would have said it all, and
you would be dead - Fritz Leiber -




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