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'69 chevelle BB

Wire from harness to coil connection is getting warm when the switch is on (even if not starting, or engine is off).

There is a splice at the point of the heat, but should it be getting warm?

I've got another post concerning proper grounding points. Can this issue be related?

Other?

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If the splice is loose, it will generate heat. Also, the resistor wire may generate some heat as it dissipates voltage.

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