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When installing coil how far do you have to set it away from the fly wheel

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Why is your coil by the flywheel. That's usually the starter. You may need to use one or two shims that you can get at autozone. Shouldn't take more. Depends on if your starter grinds at start-up. Sometimes you only need to replace the starter. Are you talking about some kind of pick-up coil. Then that's different. I really don't understand just the word coul.

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