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When my ignition coil is very hot is hard to start what is the problem

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Hot coils tend to short out internally and have problems creating the flux needed for a hot spark. Check the voltage of the coil and if it is 12 volts resistance and your system is straight 12 volts then that will be why the coil is getting hot.

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