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The wires that carry the fire to the coil have no fire to them when the switch is turned on. Where do these wire that feed the coil originate from?

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  • lobo12 Mar 20, 2011

    My question exactly. I don't know wheret he wires come from, therfore I can not correct or find the sorce of the problem.



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