Question about 2006 Husqvarna WR 250
If the stator is producing suffient voltage then it's not being amplified by the coil possibe causes are poor grounding of the coil, poor primary electrical connection to the coil from the stator a compromized kill swith wires or possible some water in the switch it self keep in mind it takes two conductors to make a spark are you grounding the plug to bear metal when you are kicking it over ?
and have you tried a different spark plug doesent take much spark it can be pretty difficult to to visualy deterimine if you have suffient spark try putting a tea spoon of gas down the cylinder put the plug back in -cap on a kick it a few times if it fires you might be on the wrong track
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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