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Help identify ignition wires 7062196

Postby Vzike » September 15th, 2018, 1:26 pm

I've come up with six NOS ignition wires. They are NOT for M151 series vehicle. The tag on them reads 7062196. one side it angled and fits in the same port as the M151 distributer. The spark plug side is totally different than the M151 pluts. It has a push in end, that makes contact (without the spring), the red rubber is cone shaped near the nut end, and the nut is a much larger thread than those on the Autolite 2245 spark plugs.

They all measure about 12-1/2" from right angle tube bend to nut cap.

Anyone know what these are for??? PM your email and I'll send a pic.
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Re: Help identify ignition wires 7062196

Postby raymond » September 15th, 2018, 6:21 pm

M38/M38A1 :?:
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Re: Help identify ignition wires 7062196

Postby Vzike » September 18th, 2018, 9:47 am

raymond wrote:M38/M38A1 :?:


I don't think so. The spark plug side nut is a larger thread than the plugs for M38 (which is the same size as for an M151, right?)
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Re: Help identify ignition wires 7062196

Postby Surveyor » September 18th, 2018, 11:17 am

M60 or similar?

https://www.amazon.com/US-Army-Electric ... B0787VCC6C

Now you just need all the rest of the parts...
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Re: Help identify ignition wires 7062196

Postby rickf » September 18th, 2018, 11:22 am

M60 tank was diesel. But that wire looks like Vin's description.
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Re: Help identify ignition wires 7062196

Postby Surveyor » September 18th, 2018, 11:38 am

Listed here as a cross-reference item for a diesel engine...

http://automotiveenginemechanics.tpub.c ... 4P_298.htm

Manual - https://www.nsncenter.com/Library/TM/TM-9-2815-220-34P for a 12 cylinder turbo d. Shown in figure 46, Item 20.
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