OE Number Pierce arrow 1935 945 Coil and condensor

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    Hi, Im trying to find the OE Number Pierce arrow 1935 845 Coil and condensor, I’m having problems keeping it running. It’ll fire straight up then stops then after a few times it’ll flood. Any information will be much appreciated.

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    Roy,

    The PAS Tune up Guide lists the coil as a Model 527 E. Nothing on the condenser type. I’m not sure if this will help you or not.

    Have you confirmed that when the car dies that there is no spark by pulling a plug wire and placing it near the block to see if there is spark? If it is flooding, another thing to consider is a stuck/sunk carb float. Hopefully somebody else will come up with current part numbers you need and any other ideas.

    One other thought, check the Parts and Services Directory here on the website under electrical.  -Dave

    • This reply was modified 9 months, 2 weeks ago by David White.
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    Condensers are problematic these days, a thread a few years back lists an Onan condenser that is the right capacitance and more reliable than typical ones sold at auto parts stores. A universal 6 volt coil should work fine.

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