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The motor. I have seen guys post here years ago of how they took them apart to repair them.
This is what dan posted for you earlier in the thread.(1960,1961) (Valiant,Lancer) (Directional,turn signal) switch | eBay
Green is turn/brake brown/tail and black/ground.
Not to sound stupid but you did not say if the bulb was good. The tail light runs on a different filament.
I have bought the small block Chevy HEI units for my demo derby cars with a 350. They run as good as a stock unit and are only 35 bucks shipped...
That sure is pretty
Looks good. My dad would have said shine dont make it faster.
Do not toss them because the new chineseium are junk and only run about 10 hours before failure.
Is the engine grounded good to the frame and battery ?
Yes you did and they worked out great. Thanks
I am having the same stumble, misfire, stalling in my old tractors I have tuned up. I have found do not use a new condenser as they fail around 10...
Not long now. I have an appointment to get summer air put in my tires.
Glad to see it came out. How does the head look?
Sounds like a ground issue. As said run a ground wire under the nut.
Yup sounds like he sure knows how to tap one out. lol
I guess I am easy on a battery because I average at least 10 years on one.
I bought the assemblies from Kruisinmoons.
Interesting to learn something new. Never too old to learn something.
Interesting problem. Will wait to see the fix.
Spray some graphite in the key hole.
The Blue Bird Bus has soldered connections factory. It has been years since I have done cars so I cant quote those but 20 years ago Ford Prototype...
Yes sounds like a bad switch.
Dash lights are powered through the rheostat in the headlight switch.
If there is power at the relay side where it is hooked and no power through it to the bulkhead connector the fuse link inside is probably burnt....
If it is charging and the battery has a full charge you will see very little movement in an amp gauge.
Yup my 65 and 66 have them there factory.
If you have no power to ignition start with the heavy red wire that travels through the firewall plug. They tend to overheat there and lose...
It could be that the switch is made for a longer stem. Have you tried to push ot in without the nut installed so the stem will go a bit further in?
I have soldered wires direct to the board and also a pin if I have material to fab one.
Looks like you have bad wires causing that. As stated spark will follow the path of less resistance to ground. I run the Accel yellow wires on...