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What causes engine to knock when I try to start craftsman chainsaw 40cc

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If there is low engine oil or no oil at all

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  • robt Oct 19, 2013

    The had/oil is mixed right. There's oil in the crankcase. The cylinder walls are not scoured sand piston and rings are fine. I'm thinking something is loose near pull cord mechinism???

  • robt Oct 19, 2013

    That wa see not helpful at all!

  • robt Oct 19, 2013

    Has good compression

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SOURCE: chainsaw wont start. new plug has a little spark.

The engine case needs to be removed to expose the flywheel and ignition module. Check the module pole gap to the flywheel magnets with a thin business card for a gauge. If the gap is excessive, that can give a weak spark. If the gap appears to be correct, then it is probably time for a new ignition module. Make sure the spark plug is gapped at 0.020" before condemning the module. The spark should be blue and snappy. Check it in a dark area. Hope this helps!

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