In Reply to: Re: 9n Distributor posted by David on July 28, 2018 at 15:13:19:
6.27 volts sounds like battery voltage. Ya'll gotta buncha cobbled-up wiring for sure. The 9N/2N starter used no solenoid. There is only one wire to it and it feeds to the push button starter switch on one side and the other side terminal on that switch feeds to the cutout BAT terminal where the NEG battery cable wire also connects to. SEE the electrical diagram in my other post. If you have a solenoid on the starter it is an 8N starter so it would have 3 wire connection posts on the solenoid. Which wires are connected to the solenoid and where do those wires go? Just a suggestion here, why not think about getting the correct 1-wire/3-brush generator and correct 9N 1-wire starter and start over? Get the wiring all corrected then your problems/worries may be over. I don't think your distributor is the problem; it should be fine and the condenser should be fine. I don't think it ever received any voltage to do any damage -just my opinion. Here's an 8N starter. Note the solenoid has 3 posts. How is your 9N wired? Details on which wires are connected to which post and where those wires go to is important.
8N11001 STARTER & SOLENOID: