How does a Dwell Meter Work?


Both the analog and digital variants found in a dwell meter have circuits designed to correctly display the dwell specified engine cylinders And will work perfectly for both a 12v or 6v dwell meter.. You can find out more information here:
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It reads the variance in the plugs and allows for you to get almost perfect timing on your engine cylinders. That is the simple answer.
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1. Attach the green clip of the dwell meter to the negative ( ignition coil terminal of the distributor. 2. Attach the black cable from the dwell meter to any solid metal (ground)
It's used to set the point gap.
A dwell meter is used to set the points in a non electronic ignition car. This would usually be a car that was built in the early 1970's or before! Many GM cars had a distributor
My meter has 3 leads red black and green. Red and black go to the battery, the green lead goes to the wire from the coil to the distributor. As for what dwell to set it at, 32 is
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