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UPDATE:

We tried a brand new Bosch coil car started right up and smooth
ran for 6 minutes and then died.
You need to hook up an AFR meter... It will tell you what happens right before the car dies...

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I am interested in the this spark tester that he used.



spark plug tester looked like this

6 12V in Line Spark Plug Pick Up Coil Tester Engine Ignition Diagnostic Tool | eBay
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oh, your problem. the coil can heat up and cause it to stop running, I would look into the mixture and fuel pressures.
that seems pretty fast for a coil to heat up and quit.

he had the gauges on the car when testing/ monitoring the WUR
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You would have to start thinking of the CDI box.
There is a test procedure listed somewhere - checking values across the pins.
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You would have to start thinking of the CDI box.
There is a test procedure listed somewhere - checking values across the pins.
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he took a alternate good cdi box (one of his spares)and put it in my car to rule out the cdi

same scenario 2 different cdi's

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