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OK it is fixed!!!!!!! Here is what happened. There is a set screw holding in the rotor and the shaft. The set screw for the shaft came out. This caused the rotor to travel into the top of the cap and desrtoy the cap and rotor. the miss was caused by the screw comming out and the shaft turning inside the rotor a little bit then then debris caused the spark to travel where it does not belong at that time. WHEW IS that Clear????
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Old 10-09-2003, 12:35 PM
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