Rotor Arms - A Warning

A large number of classic car enthusiasts have experienced difficult-to-trace ignition faults that are ultimately found to be cause by shorting through the rotor arm. However, this problem is generally limited to imported after-market parts that have not been manufactured to a sufficient quality standard. Especially prone to the problem are the rotors that have a central rivet.

Fortunately it is now possible to get good quality parts that are coloured red to distinguish them from the rubbish. Unless you have good old stock that is over thirty years old, then you are recommended to use the new ones that are available from specialist suppliers, including The Distributor Doctor.

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