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Terrence I would take the truck to a local shop that does classic car work.
A quick search found Clark's Auto Repair & Machine at 10270 Imperial Ave, Cupertino, CA 95014. Tel: 408-257-3228.
I don't know these people but the shop may be very close to your location.
Drive the truck to them and see if they would be kind enough to give you some ideas and an estimate.
This forum can be a bit crusty and speak in a foreign language (old truck talk).
We like to help people but we get grumpy when we don't get feedback from the poster.


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Ok TEBO, help us out here. Did you park the truck and not fix it last time. Have you been driving it all this time and now the issue has popped up again? The guys here love to help but they don’t like it when games start getting played. You MUST follow up on each suggested repair and post the results and most important, tell us when something works. Don’t just fade away and leave us hanging.

Good catch bartamos!


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Put the resistor back

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Originally Posted by panic
Put the resistor back
The Pertronix instructions recommend no resistor. That is not his problem.


Watch out for careful drivers!!!
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Almost exactly one year ago.


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Sorry Terence...😬😉

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1951 GMC 9430 1 ton dually—-Shiny!

1970 Chevrolet C10 - Grandpa’s- My first truck.—in progress to shiny
1972 Chevrolet C20- Rusty- the puzzle box lid for the C10.
1950 Chevrolet 1300- in progress to shiny.
1962 AMC Rambler American- my wife’s

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C'mon TEBO.......don't be the boy who cried wolf. We hope you come back.


Watch out for careful drivers!!!
I'm away on an ego trip. Will be back on Feb 30.
I'm not an Auto Mechanic, but I play one on TV.
I charge $0.02 for every opinion and I take Paypal.
Plan B is always better than plan A, by definition.
"We have no time for comment, every man will make his own. LET IT BE MADE WITH POWDER AND BALL!!!"
I recommend invoking MIL-T-FP41c when machining and fabricating
I used to think beer was bad for me, so I gave up thinking.
Sometimes no nonsense makes sense, in a sense.
You can't teach a new dog old tricks.
Honk if you're Amish


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