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ford CORTINA '80  distributor condensers

ford CORTINA '80

From Jul 1979 to Jul 1982

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ford CORTINA Estate '80 Estate  distributor condensers

ford CORTINA Estate '80 Estate

From Jul 1979 to Jul 1982

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ford CORTINA  distributor condensers

ford CORTINA

From May 1975 to Jul 1979

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ford CORTINA Estate Estate  distributor condensers

ford CORTINA Estate Estate

From May 1975 to Aug 1979

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ford CORTINA  distributor condensers

ford CORTINA

From Aug 1970 to Feb 1976

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ford CORTINA  distributor condensers

ford CORTINA

From Jan 1970 to Feb 1976

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ford CORTINA Coach Coupe  distributor condensers

ford CORTINA Coach Coupe

From Aug 1970 to Feb 1976

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ford CORTINA Estate Estate  distributor condensers

ford CORTINA Estate Estate

From Aug 1970 to Feb 1976

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ford CORTINA distributor condensers

ford CORTINA

From Oct 1962 to Mar 1972

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ford CORTINA Coach distributor condensers

ford CORTINA Coach

From Oct 1962 to Mar 1972

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ford CORTINA Estate Estate distributor condensers

ford CORTINA Estate Estate

From Oct 1962 to Mar 1972

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ford cortina distributor condensers

Today’s vehicles have an electronic ignition system, but classic cars (virtually every car built in Britain before 1980) have a mechanical ignition system with points, condensers and a distributor. The distributor is the nerve center. It triggers the ignition coil to generate a spark exactly when needed and directs that spark to the proper cylinder. If your classic car won’t start or the engine turns over but won’t catch or the car runs rough and misfires, all could signal a distributor problem, including points and condensers. Replacing these parts is inexpensive and reasonably simple if you have the proper tools. If you don’t, see a professional car care specialist who is familiar with older vehicles.