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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is listed twice with different data.
Recommended oil mixture both is 20:1. Sounds like a great way to foul plugs and score cylinders to me.
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Posted on Oct 11, 2009
The only way to test an ignition module on any small engine is on the machine. Simple and easy.First remove the spark plug , then remove the wire that connects the module to the kill switch, its located right next to the plug wire above the laminations. Put a spark tester in the pkug boot and ground the other end. Pull the rope and look for a spark. Its that simple. If you have a spark, check the switch and wire, if you dont,check the grounding screws that hold the module to the block for a clean contact.If you still have no good spark its time to replace the Ignition module (coil).If you dont have a spark tester, ask someone dumb enough to hold it. If they jump and cuss you out you know you have a good spark
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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