i had one rotor that looked perfectly good. there were no flaws,
no tracks, no cracks, NOTHING. brand new out of the box. i put
it in for a tune up and the car would NOT start. changed back to
the old rotor (a real old NIEHOFF) and the car ran fine.. i
thought it was because the old one had an arc plate about twice
as long as "normal"... ...... couple or years later, i bought
new cap, rotor(s) and did another tune up.. car ran fine with
the "short" rotors... tried the "old bad" one.. NOTHING.. car
wouldn't start... again it looked EXACTLY like the new ones .. i
have no idea what was wrong.. so disgusted i tossed it right
into the garbage.... it didn't "fail"... it came BAD!
Friends don't let Friends drive Naked.
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