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I was out driving around , and she just died. no spark at plugs. bought a new 12v condenser from myers. it will not fit in my distributor ,its too big. then I noticed what looks like a 12v reducer on my firewall. wondering if someone in time replaced my distributor with a 6 volt. I tried the new condenser , but still no spark , im not sure if it matters that its a 12v and I need 6 v. I bought a new 6 v coil. im getting spark and she runs, but very rough. also my distrubor has 2 wires ciomming out of it , it makes a loop and connects to the old condenser. does anyone know how to connect a new condenser up? also what looks like a 12v to 6 v reducer is giving me a 12v reading on both ends, is it broke? or is it ok , I just need a 12 v coil? ugh ... trying to get her running for the aaca show in port st lucie in 20 days. I posted some pics so you can see what I have going on
Just rebuilt the engine for my 1948 Cadillac (346 ci L-head). The shop manual calls for an AC Delco Plug #104. I have been seearching the WEB going in circles to find a modern suitable replacement. I can probably get a set from eBay, but I am reluctant to use plus that are potentially 60+ years old. I would much rather (if possible) use a newer replacement. Could someone suggest a substitute plug. Thanks in advance, Vic Brincat a.k.a. cadmanof50s