Question about Cars & Trucks
Yeah, on the carb linkage, where the cable from the speed lever is connected, notice when you move the lever on the bar how it moves another lever on the cable connection at carb. Now notice when you move the lever to stop position that it will move a little bent wire connected to the black wire that goes under the flywheel. This bent wire is the shut off when it is grounded out by the movement to ground of this little bent wire. The intire bracket may be loose and letting it ground out and is why you have no fire to the plug. Just be shure that little bent wire isn't touching anything to ground it.
Posted on May 12, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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