Question about Ford 8N Tractor
Put all new parts and it still has no fire, also what is the points settings to make sure i have them right
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
16 to 20 thou should do it.
A clean nongreasy feeler gauge or a match book cover will do.
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I just had to do the same. I removed grill and hood. Disconnect upper radiator hose. Remove radiator mounting bolt under left side (as you're looking at the front) and loosen the right mounting bolt. Radiator swings to the right to allow access to the distributor and coil. Lower radiator hose can stay connected as long as it will fold on itself without damaging. Remove the coil and distributor cap. Check to see that the rotor turns when cranking the engine over, to eliminate that potential firing problem. Then remove the whole distributor to replace points and condensor. It's a lot easier. Be sure to check gapping on all four lobes.
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
gasket not sealing properly you could try to put silicone on the bolt itself let it dry at least 24 hours then try it. you may need a new gasket make sure you tighten them in sequence usually middle right left top bottom to get a flat tightened match
Posted on Nov 24, 2012
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