Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 28-03-2013
Download Parts Included: 1 – Blaster SC Coil, PN 8235 1 – Parts Bag and Mounting Hardware 1 – MSD 90° Boot and Terminal. Components Required: 1 – SC Coil Driver, PN 6305 1 – Pro-Billet Honda Distributor, PN 8488. WARNING: During installation, disconnect the battery cables. When disconnecting the battery, always remove the Negative cable first and install it last. WARNING: The Blaster SC Coil and Coil Driver produce very high voltage and current. Use caution during installation and while working near the Coil assembly. The MSD Blaster SC Coil is designed to be used with the SC Coil Driver, PN 6305, and Pro-Billet Honda Distributor, PN 8488. An MSD SCI, 6-Series and 7-Series Ignition Control may also be used. The Blaster SC Coil cannot be used with factory ignition systems as a stand alone coil. COIL LOCATION AND MOUNTING 1. Find a suitable mounting location for the Coil and Driver assembly.… Read More
Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 24-11-2013
The Model FS-09 electronic ignition is designed specifically for 1960s through1970s Honda CB160, Honda CL160, Honda CB175, Honda CL175, and Honda SL175, all with derivatives of Honda’s early (“sloper”) or later (“upright”) 360º crankshaft twin-cylinder engine. The system was designed in cooperation with Bill Moeller of Bore Tech (Batavia, Ohio). The Model FS-09 is a competition-only system that uses neither mechanical nor electronic advance/retard; the ignition timing is fixed at the full-advance position. The kick-starter should not be used with this ignition, as it may kick back, and could cause injury.
What else you will need: In addition to the usual small hand tools required to get access to the engine’s breaker- points assembly and to remove the fuel tank, side panels, etc., installation will require the following tools and supplies: ? Wire cutters/strippers ? Solderless crimp-type connectors, bullet connectors, or solder and shrink tubing ? Loctite® “blue” medium-strength thread-locking compound or equivalent
Installation: 1.… Read More
Filed Under (Chevrolet (Chevy)) by admin on 29-10-2012
Download Power Steering Warning Message Displayed in DIC, IPC/Radio Displays Erratic, DTC C0900, B1325 Set (Replace Ignition Coil/Module Assembly and Add Ground Strap) Models: 2004-2006 Chevrolet Malibu, Malibu Maxx with 3.5L Engine (VINs 8, N — RPOs LX9, LZ4) Condition Some customers may comment on a loss of power steering assist at high RPM (above 3500 RPM) and a power steering warning message displayed in the DIC. They may also comment some instrument/radio displays are erratic. Upon investigation, the technician may find DTC C0900 set. If the displays were erratic, then DTC B1325 will also be set. Cause This condition may occur when the system voltage exceeds 16 volts for one second for code C0900 and the system shuts down to protect it from over-voltage operation. If the voltage exceeds 18 volts for five seconds for code B1325, then other electronic systems protect themselves and shut down. It has been found that this voltage increase is caused by an interaction between the alternator and the ignition coil/module assembly.… Read More