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Re: arrgh! ignition coil failure!
--- Tesla list <tesla-at-pupman-dot-com> wrote:
> Original poster: Hhchicken1-at-aol-dot-com
> This may be a bit off topic, but I hope someone can
> help me get the power
> supply for my TC back up and running...
If your ignition coil works when it is not connected
at TC, you must verify your primary cap (it is
possible that is broken). So the possibilities of
ignition coils- they arc internally when you use a
high capacity to fed them
the dimmer- it burns if the cap (in your case 8uF)
is too big, because the current is high through the
finnaly the primary cap can broke if you run your
ignition coil with high output voltages.
Don't be angry, I'm sure that the defection can be
P.S. I bypassed the possibility of failure of my
ignition coils by removing their cases and put them in
a big oil bath (the oil moves continuu because the
high temperature of the windings)
> > Thank you,
> Henry Hallam
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