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Thread: Proper voltage at coil

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    Default Proper voltage at coil

    I have the mallory unilite distributor with the mallory 29219 internally resisted coil and am running a ballast resistor wire and am still getting 9.8v at the + side of the coil with the engine running. From what I have read in different forums, the coil voltage engine running should be around 7-9 volts. Is the 9.8 volts I am getting going to fry my ignition module or is this voltage fine?


    Thanks

    Doug

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    msdtech1955 Guest

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    that would be fine at that voltage

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