Learning curve is ramping up now! Anymore ideas from anyone? The increased voltage coming out of the coil travels through the secondary circuit. Even if the wires appear dry, moisture can penetrate. Ok so I swapped the plug for a known working and ran the engine. Unique Spark Plug Produced Patented Laser Technology Unique igniter auxiliary electrode at the tip of the insulator formed using the patented technology of laser deposition
Ignition Wire Set MGB 69 to 80, Midget 69 to 74
The products are made of premium materials The benefit is resistance to dirt sticking, so there is less carbon tracking, ensuring long life Standard distributor rotors have solid brass segments for better conductivity and higher voltage spark to the plugs. Buy a car that hasn't run for a few years, you can't really complain: The wire between the coil negative and the distributor had a break. Do this a few times until you have accurately determined the exact point at which this happens, and re-tighten the distributor clamp bolt. The problem was in one spark plug that was bad, and it was enough to keep the engine from firing.
Ignition Basics – Moss Motoring
No ignition relay on a To static time your engine: To use the tester attach the alligator clip to a good ground such as the engine block, attach the plug wire to the tester just as you would a spark plug wire and crank the engine. The design of this set strictly follows the original specifications set by OE Manufactured using OE-Style spark plug and distributor boots. Double click on above image to view full picture.
MG MGB Technical No spark at all BBS discussion at MG-Cars.info
Description: As in the test above, hold the coil wire about a quarter inch from the engine. Assuming you are getting power, you want to check the condition of the points themselves. Designed for performance enthusiasts who want extreme ignitability, improved throttle response and superior anti-fouling, these spark plugs are a great option for modified engines and About the only thing you need to troubleshoot the ignition system is a multimeter. If so, you may have a loose connection or dirty contacts somewhere.