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You can try to remove cover and remove coil. Then, take some emery cloth and carefully clean the end of coil that faces flywheel. Then reinstall coil and remember to set gap per manufacturers recommendation. If your not sure you can use a feeler gauge and set to .004 -.005". This is slightly closer than most but will be OK, and should give a little more spark as well. Also, don't forget to clean up magnet on flywheel with emery cloth too. Doing this should give you as much spark as you can get from coil, if it still isn't enough you may have to replace coil. Good luck and I hope this helped.
Posted on Nov 19, 2013
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