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F14 burnt coil and other questions


By Arcade

3 years ago



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#13 3 years ago

Sounds correct, though can still be upstream to the IC 7402 as well. Replace the Q76 - 2N4401 or the equivalent NTE123AP which may be found at Fry's.

#14 3 years ago

You can cut the smaller wire on the anode side of the coil for now if you want. That would keep the MPU from locking on the diverter until you get the MPU repaired.

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