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- August 2007
No Start. nothing!tstarr wrote: The ballast resistor is a rectangular, ceramic piece screwed to the firewall on the passenger side, just below and to the left (as you look at the firewall) of the washer mechanism. This past weekend, I checked the resistance on min…
No Start. nothing!tstarr wrote: I just started bringing my 1956 Clipper back to life and have exactly the same problem. Battery charged up, red light comes on, but nothing. There is also a ballast resistor mounted on the firewall that might be the culprit. I…
No Start. nothing!redron wrote: Id check to see if the starter is also hooked up. have you checked the fuel tank you might have nothing but sludge there too, and no sence trying to pump that through the carb. If it sat in a museum they usually remove all flamables.…