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1936 Dodge 6 volt coil needed


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Get creative if you want to drive the car. Hang the coil off someplace, wire in an off/on switch if you have to, and wire it up. Find one or two existing holes or bolts/screws on the firewall you could hang it from. Think outside the box. The coil that you use for replacement, even if temporary, don't have to be grounded.

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1 hour ago, nearchoclatetown said:

Zeke, did they give you any specs on what they did. I am guessing they rewound it. Did they gain any voltage. That is one problem with original coils, the voltage is low. Might be worth the expense if they gained some?

They didn’t include any specs on the coil although I feel sure that they would have if I had asked. As I remember, they did rewind the unit. Zeke

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