<VV> Got towed again

FrankDuVal corvairduval at cox.net
Tue Oct 27 22:30:02 EDT 2020

I have several Corvairs running just fine on the original coils. I have 
replaced very few over the years. Not saying they don't go bad, just not 
as often as people think they do. Substituting another coil is a good 
troubleshooting method.

Some have moved the coil location from the engine sheet metal to the 
rear crossmember to stop conductive heat transfer. I myself have not 
done it. Air Conditioned cars have the coil mounted there in order to 
clear the compressor.

Frank DuVal

On 10/26/2020 7:34 PM, Richard via VirtualVairs wrote:
>   How about coil? Given the high temperature of the air cooled engine compartment, these could must expire fairly often.   I'll try a new one but this car knows when I'm far from home.   Shoulda joined triple A

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