My personal opinion is Jammies beds are a better design than JK
I missed out on buying one from him for the very problem you are experiencing.
I'm not familiar with the Jo Blow ecu but something else to check while your testing
Most ecu's have 2 power inputs, one that you turn on and off via...
That'll do the job
You can get a multimeter from Jaycar for about the same
do the test I mentioned at the relay. You don't need to start the engine.
This will rule out the relay and ignition switch.
Is your ecu powered through a relay
if so check to make sure terminal 30 is power and 87 goes to the ecu.
some relays latch on if you put the wires...
You really need to have your engine checked out by someone who knows.
It's too hard to diagnose over this forum
actually it was 999. Bugger
1k on a lighter note
@David H Number 1k just trying to help. Go find it
should be as close to 12v as possible (voltmeter between +coil and earth) with points closed engine stationary, ignition on.
That voltage is going...
low voltage to the coil?
Any time your ready, come back
Although We'll be gone late September and most of October (wedding and Tassie)
I think there is a slinger (pressed metal washer like thing) that sits on the crankshaft and the boss on the back of the pulley holds it up against...
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