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AFTER REPLACING ENGINE WILL NOT START.HAVE TIMING CORRECT AND HAVE SPARK AT PLUGS

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The right time is down to the timing of the engine and the position of the pistons when the firing takes place.
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Check the ignition system first. Start by removing the spark-plugs, get someone to turn the engine over on the starter, whilst you check for sparks at the plugs. It's always worthwhile to clean and reset the plugs at this time. Also check the appearance of the central insulator, if its a light greyish brown colour, then you fuel system is correctly set, thus unlikely to be the source of the problem. If, on the other hand its a sooty matt black colour, check your air-cleaner, this may be clogged and will need to be replaced. An oily, gloss black colour, usually indicates a worn engine, this will need to be overhauled or replaced.

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