Re: Wiring rebuilt 327
Yes, you will measure battery voltage on each screw referenced to ground (neg post), BUT, should not measure battery voltage across them. If you do, remove them and wire brush the terminals and bar, and/or stack the wires onto one screw.
The concern is the no voltage in start. You have voltage in IGN, but not START.
It reads as may have a bad ign switch or a bad connection of the wiring to the next wiring.
For example, start measuring at the pos post, START position, battery voltage (BV). Follow the red wire and where you lose BV, the bad joint. One meter probe on the stud, not the terminal. The joint with no BV is the corroded joint, high resistance.
Just like a water hose, water off, plenty of pressure (BV). Open the nozzle, water flows.
Same with current, if a high resistance joint is present, the joint will only allow a small current flow, hence the lower voltage reading.
You might sub in a starter pushbutton switch just for troubleshooting the ign switch, and it could be bad, purple wire needs BV for solenoid. Ensur eyou have the solenoid yellow wire hooked up to R terminal and coil + terminal as '67 ign sw does not have ign voltage in START position.
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