Question about 1965 Ford Mustang
I have changed plugs-wires-coil-cap and button i know i'm getting power to the points but not to the plugs
A couple of things that come to mind are the coil, coil wire, rotor or distributor cap. The coil or coil wire could be bad. The coil wire could be not fully seated. The ignition wire to the coil, or the wire from the coil to the points may have broken inside the insulation, but you say you're getting power to the points, so that's probably not it. The distributor cap may not be completely, or correctly seated. The arm on the rotor may need to be adjusted so that it is high enough to contact the center post on the distributor cap.
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Posted on Feb 20, 2009
Hello, I see you have changed all but the condensor? this may be the last item to sort it?
Have you tried a hot wire direct to the coil to eliminate ignition switch?
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