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1. Re: light indicator help (score: 1)
Date: Thu, 29 Apr 2004 14:44:37 EDT
"It's an LBC thing. My Triumphs have the same novel wiring of running the turn signals through the hazard switch." No, it's not an LBC thing, it's mandatory! As long as you are using the same bulbs f
/html/mgs/2004-04/msg00605.html (7,452 bytes)

2. New Coil (score: 1)
Date: Thu, 6 Aug 1998 17:14:48 EDT
Thu, 06 Aug 1998 15:47:21 -0400 Eric Stephen <>, Eric, If your coil was designed expressly for a positive ground car, that is correct. If it was designed for a negative groun
/html/mgs/1998-08/msg00341.html (8,153 bytes)

3. Re: New Coil (score: 1)
Date: Sat, 8 Aug 1998 13:29:10 EDT
Barney, Bob, Charlie, Lawrie, and others, Some random thoughts on traditional ignition systems: 1) For a given igntion coil, spark intensity drops off as RPM goes up. 2) If a coil has sufficient capa
/html/mgs/1998-08/msg00422.html (10,783 bytes)

4. Electrical Problems on '74 'B (score: 1)
Date: Sat, 8 Aug 1998 15:01:16 EDT
But the big problem is this - when I shut off the key, my ignition warning light stays on, no matter what I do. Anyone have a good idea of what I can do to fix this little problem? I'd rather not dis
/html/mgs/1998-08/msg00427.html (9,092 bytes)

5. Re: New Coil (score: 1)
Date: Sun, 9 Aug 1998 15:22:15 EDT
Can't argue with that. If the stock system is good enough, no need for the high capacity coil. If the new coil gives performance gains, then I think it is safe to say the old coil was NOT adequate. A
/html/mgs/1998-08/msg00456.html (13,744 bytes)

6. Re: New Coil (score: 1)
Date: Mon, 10 Aug 1998 14:19:59 EDT
sensitive, Harlan, Good point! This creates a bit of a conundrum, though. They are polarity sensitive in that the output polarity depends on the input polarity, and they are polarity sensitive in tha
/html/mgs/1998-08/msg00509.html (10,121 bytes)

7. Re: New Coil (score: 1)
Date: Mon, 10 Aug 1998 21:30:10 EDT
ionizes would Bob, Good point! It makes a lot of sense, yet if the high tension leads to the two plugs are connected at the HT lead of the coil, as Rick Morrison stated (or as I understood him to say
/html/mgs/1998-08/msg00531.html (9,350 bytes)

8. Re: New Coil - Barney was right! (score: 1)
Date: Fri, 14 Aug 1998 22:59:49 EDT
Even though I have a great deal of respect for Barney's opinion, I had the temerity to say that I found that hard to believe. Not the "wasted spark" part, but the "series" plug connections. Well, by
/html/mgs/1998-08/msg00755.html (11,019 bytes)

9. Re: New Coil - Barney was (half) right! (score: 1)
Date: Sat, 15 Aug 1998 12:32:34 EDT
Barney, Actually, I did catch that, but didn't comment on it. As a matter of fact, I and a few others from the Triumph list are invovled in a very lengthy discussion of this, and the points you raise
/html/mgs/1998-08/msg00782.html (12,333 bytes)

10. Re: New Coil - Barney was (half) right! (score: 1)
Date: Sun, 16 Aug 1998 18:41:54 EDT
Charley, We're getting close, but we ain't there yet. I have no argument with the first half of this statement, but a little clarification of the second half is needed. The current decay through the
/html/mgs/1998-08/msg00829.html (10,819 bytes)

11. Re: new coil - basic theory (score: 1)
Date: Mon, 17 Aug 1998 15:21:12 EDT
"This is the key to the whole spark trick. Current flows into one side of the condenser and out of the other side, but it does not actually flow _through_ the condenser. Internally it builds up a cha
/html/mgs/1998-08/msg00877.html (13,353 bytes)

12. Re: 73 B horns (score: 1)
Date: Mon, 17 Aug 1998 15:21:16 EDT
"Just a sanity check to ensure I'm reading my 73 B's wiring diagram correctly: Can someone out there confirm that my horn wires should be as follows?: Purple/Black: Left Horn Right Horn P PB P P PB P
/html/mgs/1998-08/msg00878.html (10,428 bytes)

13. Re: new coil (score: 1)
Date: Tue, 18 Aug 1998 11:24:01 EDT
Fellow listers, I'm sorry it has degenerated into this. If I said anything in any of my previous posts that in any way could be construed as a put down of Barney, or anyone else for that matter, it w
/html/mgs/1998-08/msg00908.html (18,156 bytes)

14. Re: new coil (score: 1)
Date: Tue, 18 Aug 1998 22:20:13 EDT
Barney, I don't know. I really don't know. As you said, this is the question that has been bugging me from the start. If you can bear with me for one more go-'round, let me describe the circuit, and
/html/mgs/1998-08/msg00975.html (9,958 bytes)

15. Re: new coil - this could be it folks (score: 1)
Date: Wed, 19 Aug 1998 17:14:59 EDT
You're right, this could be it. Not because we've solved the problem, but because we've run out of things to say. I've said everything I know about it, and your posts are, as you yourself stated, ju
/html/mgs/1998-08/msg01021.html (13,016 bytes)

16. Re: Swaps (score: 1)
Date: Sat, 4 Jul 1998 15:49:45 EDT
Bill, In one sentence, you've wiped out all my respect for you that grew over the year or so I've been reading your posts. I will not get into a debate over this, but I will say one thing. There is n
/html/mgs/1998-07/msg00156.html (9,826 bytes)

17. Re: Swaps (score: 1)
Date: Sun, 5 Jul 1998 11:05:46 EDT
Bill, I have no need nor reason to object to your opinions. I believe fully that each of us are entitled to our opinion, no matter how much another may disagree; however, as a person that is in the p
/html/mgs/1998-07/msg00199.html (8,827 bytes)

18. Re: Swaps (score: 1)
Date: Sun, 5 Jul 1998 11:18:49 EDT
Bud, I don't disagree with you at all in principle. The only disagreement we may have is in the numbers required to be preserved. As I stated in my previous post, I do feel that a number of them need
/html/mgs/1998-07/msg00201.html (8,474 bytes)

19. Re: what do I look for? (score: 1)
Date: Mon, 6 Jul 1998 11:14:00 EDT
Becky, In order for the turn signals to work, the hazard switch must be installed, and in the off position. Power for the turn signals passes through the hazard switch. When the hazard switch is on,
/html/mgs/1998-07/msg00249.html (15,932 bytes)

20. Re: fuel tank sending units (score: 1)
Date: Mon, 6 Jul 1998 17:20:03 EDT
Nina, If you replaced it and it worked, even for a short time, then the only possible way you could be at fault is if the connections to the sender or the guage came loose or corroded. Corrosion is v
/html/mgs/1998-07/msg00283.html (7,875 bytes)

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