A couple of hours on the car tonight - what better way to spend a November evening than under your carport working on a TR7?
Anyway, leaving philosophy aside I had a problem driving through a ford earlier in the year with water on the coil. This was fixed by covering it with a rubber glove but in the change to Sprint power all this went by the wayside.
On the RBRR h I had the same problems over Glencoe so it's time to sort this out.
Later TR7s have the coil mounted high up on the inner wing so that's what I have been doing this evening. I have done this step by step though. The wiring needed extending so I did one at a time and then started the car to make sure all was OK - it was, thank goodness.
I repositioned the coil and it looks fine but I need to tidy things up and mount the fixing bracket - this will be done tomorrow as well as taking my time carefully wrapping the wiring and securing it all properly.
Another small improvement made and reliability improved.
I must get round to investigating the rattly top end some time tho!