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How to check a ignition condenser - Bookshelf


244 pages

Popular Science

1941-10

The condenser, usually mounted in or near the distributor, consists of two ribbons of tinfoil, separated by waxed ... In making a point-by-point check of an ailing ignition system, first see whether the proper current is flowing in the ...

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The collected works of Sir Humphry Davy ...: Discourses delivered before the Royal society. Elements of agricultural chemistry, pt. I

Creator: Sir Humphry Davy | 1917

4 — If possible explain the test to determine what makes are adaptable to one another. 5 — Do Ignition systems of this type carry the condenser in the coil, or In the magneto? 6 — Give the test to determine where the condenser is ...


Motor age

Business & Economics - 1922

This constitutes the "Old Timer's Ignition Test Outfit," which is made up of a screw driver, a pair of pliers, a six foot length of double lamp cord and a spare condenser taped up and with leads extending for quickly connecting to the ...


Ignition Directory

HOW TO TEST A CONDENSER - The MGA With An Attitude
HOW TO TEST A CONDENSER - IG-129. For the record, "condenser" is an age old term, and "capacitor" is a newer term for the same device. Automotive ignition capacitors ...

how to check if your condenser is bad
Simple way to check if your condenser is bad. And pretty neat to watch the dramatic change it makes. By touching the lead of the condenser to the ignition ...

Testing condensers - SmokStak
Can somebody explain to me how to test a condenser? ... The main purpose of the capacitor "condenser" in points and coil ignition system is to both slow the buildup ...

How do you test an ignition condenser - Answers.com
using a dvom put your leads on the condenser on the 200 ohm scale and watch if the number rises. once you reach overload, switch the meter leads and it should climb ...

How to Test a 12-Volt Condenser | eHow
How to Check an Automotive Points Condenser. How to Test a Lawn Mower Condenser. ... An ignition condenser is a capacitor that is designed to hold a small ...


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