Hi Guys, 1967 T120 Pazon, POD, 12 volt battery
wired positive ground, single position on off switch for ignition. Single point ground.
Hoping for a little insight. Just finished a two day custom wiring job and hoping someone has seen this problem before.
I am not seeing any spark when kicking the engine thru, or touching the trigger leads together, but it sparks when I shut off the ignition switch. This leads me to believe (maybe incorrectly) that the plugs, plug wires, switch and coils are all working. I'm using a single point ground for both lighting and ignition, and the lighting is also working fine. battery
is new and holds over 12v under load.
1. I see constant voltage 9.7v at the negative terminal of coil 1 (Pazon black wire connection) when ever the ignition switch is on.
2. The 9.7v @ negative terminal of coil 1 (Pazon black wire connection) jumps to around 11.7 when kicking thru
3. The voltage jumps up to 12.7 at the same moment I shut the ignition switch off the the plugs both spark.
4. Lastly if I have the meter just on the battery
a see the voltage jump up into the 14's at the same moment I shut off the switch and the plugs spark. Not sure if that measn anything, but figured I would include it just in case.
Any and all help is greatly appreciated.