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comment Reviving a vehicle that has been idle for a long time.
+1 for the defensive steps to avoid raccoon attacks!
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comment Installing New Distributor on a 1968 Ford Thunderbird With 186,000 Miles
A faulty module can cause the car to stall as described. After stalling and not starting, there was no spark. After waiting the 20 minutes or so, there would be spark. From what I read, these are signs of a faulty module. I also did more tests on the ignition system that pointed to a faulty module. Regardless of the issue, I won't ever do business with Mallory again as they don't stand behind their products. The bottom line is the ignition module is faulty. There are tests you can perform on the module, these failed as well. The tests on the coil showed that the coil was fine.
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comment Where can I get cheap light housings?
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comment Do I Need to Compress the Springs to Install Strut Tower Braces?
+1 for the safety point. That is worth a supervote.
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