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Honda GX 160 quits running at variable times.

Honda GX 160 on a sprayer used for herbicide application. The engine starts fine when cold. Begins to sputter and the stop, may happen after 20 minutes of use or 2 hours of use. Will restart but quits right away until the engine is fully cool. Have gone through the fuel system with no apparent problems found. The oil level is fine. The first time this happened, the plug appeared fouled so cleaned but the problem persists. Is this eletrical, maybe coil or low oil sensor malfunctioning?

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A coil wire may be shorting so look for damage on them!
you can sleeve them or a quality electrical tape will be ok for temp measure ok
Cheers Rob.

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