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ACCEL Ignition Instruction Sheets
Source: by ACCEL at prestoliteweb.com
Aftermarket Parts Device Type Listing of Executive Orders
Source: by arb.ca.gov
Distributor Adjustment
Source: by EngineFactory.com
Distributor Description & pic
Source: by trustmymechanic.com
Distributor Installation Instructions & Troubleshooting Chart
Source: by CARDONE┬« cardone.com 
Distributor Overview
Source: by CARDONE┬« cardone.com 
Distributor Repair
Source: by Rick S at off-road.com
Distributor Rotor Description & pic
Source: by trustmymechanic.com
Electronic Ignition Overview
Source: by Dave D at jetav8r.com
Engine Mods & Spark Plug Options
Source: by splitfire.com
Ignition Circuit Simulation
Source: by bgsoflex.com
Ignition Circuit Voltage, Dwell, etc. Overview
Source: by distester.com
Ignition System Overview
Source: by icarumba.com
Ignition System Troubleshooting
Source: by Craig U at classictruckshop.com
Ignition Terminology
Source: by distester.com
Insul-Boot Installation Tips
Source: by heatshieldproducts.com
Insulation, Thermal Guide
Source: by heatshieldproducts.com
Mallory® Technical Support articles
Source: by centuryperformance.com
MSD Ignition Message Board
Source: by msdignition.com
MSD Ignition Testing
Source: by msdignition.com
MSD Troubleshooting
Source: by msdignition.com
No Spark Troubleshooting, General; "...Secondary ignition voltage can shock you. Do NOT hold or touch a spark plug wire while cranking the engine. disconnect one of the plug wires from a spark plug and place the end of the wire near a metal surface on the engine. You can insert a small Phillips screwdriver into the end of the wire (the plug boot), or a small bolt or nail to provide a conductive path. Then crank the engine and look for a spark to jump from the screwdriver, bolt or nail in the end of the plug wire to the engine. If you do not see a spark, there is an ignition problem..."
Source: by aa1car.com
No Start Troubleshooting and Diagnostics, general
Source: by freeautomechanic.com
Oil Consumption Causes, general; Spark Knock
Source: by smartsynthetics.com
Proform HEI Distributor
Source: by proform.com
Spark Plug Change Info
Source: by motorwatch.com, was motorminute.com
Spark Plug Heat Range Facts
Source: by autolite.com
Spark Plug Inspection & Diagnosis
Source: by splitfire.com
Spark Plug Inspection & Diagnosis
Source: by autolite.com
Spark Plug Installation Tips
Source: by micro-tech-auto.com
Spark Plug Sizes
Source: by autolite.com
Spark Plug Wiring
Source: by Doc F at webrodder.com
Stator pic & Operational Description & Parameters; "...This sensor tells the computer engine rotation. It sits under the distributor cap and picks up a signal from a wheel with teeth. The wheel has the same number of teeth as cylinders in the engine. The #1 cylinder tooth is smaller to identify firing order. This is the most important sensor. Without it working properly the computer never senses the engine moving and the entire vehicle is a paper weight..."
Source: by Ryan M (Fireguy50) at fordfuelinjection.com
Tune-Up Procedures
Source: by icarumba.com
Tune-Up Tips
Source: by micro-tech-auto.com