Mallory Unilite Electronic Ignition Module Testing

Hi my name is Rick with Mallory ignition and today we're going to do the test procedure on the you know light ignition module to perform the test you're going to need 12 volt multimeter set the DC volts first thing we did to reform the test is remove our cap and rotor and set that aside next you want to turn your key to the on position and be sure not to crank the motor now we're going to do a bench test on a coil the show that we're getting 12 volts in doing.

Take the black leave your multimeter place it on clean engine ground in this case we're going to use this mechanism here to simulate the clean engine block now we're going to use the red lead of the meter we're going to place that on the negative post of the coil at this time the coil is being tested and the multimeter should read eight to 12 volts depending on how warm your resistor is now we're going to test the module itself and test the module you want to place a credit card or your shutter wheel as.

Again we're going to take our black lead of our multimeter place on a clean engine ground and the red lead to the negative side of the coil at this time the multi meter should read anywhere between one and two volts there should be a drop in voltage to demonstrate that the module is working properly if in the event that there is not a drop in voltage it's illustrating that the module is damaged and need to be replaced or if the module get stuck on 12 volts as depicted in your multimeter it's also illustrating that the module is damaged and needs to be replaced the same test procedure can be done on the excel to 0:05 the Mallory you know light module 6:05 or the motorcycle module a 6:05 for these tips and many other great products visit www.meliar.com/mpanel.htm.

Mallory Unilite Electronic Ignition Module Testing

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