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Old 04-06-2011, 03:39 PM
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Default Honda ATC 70 Points & Condensor

I just purchased a 1984 ATC 70. Want to replace the points & condensor. Problem is there are 3 wires hooked to the condensor. 1 from the points and 1 lead from one of the inside coils and 1 going to the coil mounted on the frame for the spark plug. They are also soldered together to the condensor. ?????? Never seen a setup like this. Normally there is 1 wire from the condensor that connects to the points. There is no place to connect the 2 coil wires. Can someone tell me how to handle this situation?

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Old 04-09-2011, 09:42 PM
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If you got honda parts just re solider wires back on condensor....Thats the way honda does it.
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