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Re: Summary, Coil voltage/missfiring. by Joe
Post New Message A two quick questions....is the shock you get a pulsing shock or one steady shock, and have you tried to measure any voltage or amperage from the body, battery, or chassis to the engine? You are creating a ground somehow in order for you to recieve a shock. Spark plugs shouldn't matter. Have you tested the high tension leads? Is it charging ok? Could you be feeling alternator voltage? I'm going to stick to the grounding being a problem. What do you think Sam?
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