Replacement high tension leads

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pavel5
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Replacement high tension leads

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Our OHC jeep straight six with Megajolt light Junior EDIS suddenly developed a misfire (she seems to be running on 5 cylinders). There is a spark at all cylinders however. Clearly the sparkplug wires are old and need replacing anyway. I got the parts from Boost Engineering long ago but have the impression they no longer exist as a source for EDIS parts. I don't know the donor vehicle of the plug wires and am hoping someone will recognize the ones I have so I can get the same ones again - new ones, that is. Mid 90s V6 Mustang wires don't seem to fit (not long enough to reach #6 at the back of the engine). The longest lead is about 38 -1/2" long.

Can anyone shed light on the donor Ford?

Thanks, Pavel up north.
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pavel5
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Post by pavel5 »

The leads are from a Ford Crown Victoria. Of course, our engine only uses 6 of the 8 leads!
Problem is solved - it was a bad spark plug that only fired intermittently and then at lower intensity. Certainly not a common problem...

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