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Wire insullation fails after being stretched over time and shorts against the engine, resulting in a no start.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
That coiled part is a current or voltage sensor depending how they connected it. The shorted wire "may" have just blown a fuse on the control board if it was supply voltage for the sensor. The control circuit voltage is a nominal 24 volts, often tapped off from a winding on the cooling fan. So trace where those wires go and you should find the fuse or fuses for the control board. If the control board has a "pico fuse" it may be difficult to locate. b ut replacing it and the wire in theory should correct the problem.
Posted on Sep 26, 2012
Sounds like a tricky one. Have you checked the magetism/functioning of the flywheel.? Tracking back the problem by having a new spark plug and coil would next point you to the flywheel. Coil to flywheel gap should be 0.25 feeler guage.
Hope this proves useful. :)
Posted on Mar 16, 2013
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