Question about Boating
Remove one of the plugs, plug it back into the lead and holding the rubber lead, allow the spark plug end to touch the metal on the engine. Turn over the negine and check for spark. Repeat for the other plug.
No spark = faulty CDI unit, faulty coil, faulty stator
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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