Ignition test Mar 23, 2004 16:30:35 GMT -5 Quote Select PostDeselect PostLink to PostMemberGive GiftBack to Top Post by 73Nova73 on Mar 23, 2004 16:30:35 GMT -5 IGNITION VOLTAGE OUTPUT TESTScopes may be inaccessible from time to time, so we at "Bubba's Garage" havecome up with this here test for Ignition Output:1.Hold medium wrench in one hand, Sears wrench preferred for accuracy oftest 'cause other smooth wrenches are too slick for throwin'!2.With engine runnin', grab hold of the plug end of an ignition cable withthe other hand and hold on tight!3.This will more than likely cause you to throw wrench! KV output is basedon how far the wrench wuz thrown!10 feet = approx. 10,000 volts20 feet = approx. 15,000 volts30 feet = approx. 25,000 voltsOver 30 feet = Caution! Must be one of them new dis-is-it ignition systems,use bigger wrench and retest.WARNING! No side effects have been reported due to testing at this time(although it has been known to kill chiggers after berry pickin')Bubba Sez: Electricity will not usually hurt you, instead it is the back of your neck going through the hood latch that really ruins your day!!