DB Electrical IFD6001 Resistor
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that is on either side of every Ford tractor in order to cut down the heat from the
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It works well, and it is a great price. In order to install a 12 volt coil on a front mount distributor with a 12 volt conversion, you must use this factory style resistor for the coil (if you are using a 12 volt coil). In order to use the original style 6 volt coil, you'll also require this resistor along with the ceramic resistor that should be included in My guess is it is about a 2 ohm resistor. When you suspect that your factory style resistor block is bad, measure the resistance between the two top screw posts with your ohm meter A continuity of around 1 should be evident. Currently, there is a 5 ohm resistance. it isn't reading at all, it is bad and will need to be replaced with this piece.
It has a terminal screw sticking out that touches the back of the Despite my efforts, I couldn't get it flush with the surface. Those aren't the programs I'll be installing.
There were no problems with the holes matching up. As a result of reading comments about how the new screws didn't work, I used my old ones instead. I found that the spark at each plug was much more powerful when I tested it for myself. We can't wait to hear it running once we've completed the rest of the restoration.
As for this particular one, it didn't work, but I have bought the same product before and they work great, so I was able to return it.
I also had to drill out the "eyes" on my old wires because the connector studs on the old wires were too large, so a simple 10 minute job ended up taking an hour.
The best thing I've ever done. It is for my Dad's 41 Ford 9N, which has a bad part. No tractor shops or online listings are available in my area, and I looked all over the internet for It was just when I found this that I thought about giving up and cobbling and something together to work. Those are the two I ordered!.
I have no complaints about this product. The only issue I could possibly have is the mounting hole location which is about an inch off. A 020-gram coin Nevertheless, this misalignment is understandable, because for a 1940s tractor replacement part it's a norm that you're going to work on it, and it's expected that you have some kind of knowledge of the parts, so That's the problem.
It was used on an 8n Ford while the ignition was changed to an electronic one. Is ready to go from start to finish.