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Replaced right side cylinder head went to start and it barely turns over like its not catching

It turns slowly like its turning but not catchin the flywheel

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More info ,YES! Is battery charged and good? How old is the battery ? Please note: It is recommended to replace battery every 4 years. Next did you remove a ground wire when you removed the head? If so make sure connection is clean and tight. Some manufacturers paint the heads with what is called CAST METAL PAINT and it looks just like bear metal ! I hope this helps, Lee.

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