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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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My name is Dane and I am going to help you solve your problem. Ok, there aren't many things that can cause you a problem here. First, I have to say to check that spark plug. Make sure it's correctly gapped and not cracked or fouled. Now, check that the flywheel is clean and rustfree. Make sure you have set the coil gap correctly.
To set the gap for the coil, get a regular business card and use it as a feeler gauge. Turn the flywheel so the flywheel magnets are away from the coil. Loosen the bolts to the coil, and pull the coil back, making the gap as large as possible. Rotate the flywheel so the magnets are next to the coil. Slide the business card in between the coil and the flywheel magnets and loosen the coil bolts. If your coil has 2 legs, make sure the business card is under them both. Make sure the coil is even and just snug against the card. Now tighten down your coil bolts and spin the flywheel to remove the business card. Turn the flywheel at least 1 complete turn and make sure it doesn't contact the coil. You're done!!! Put it back together and try it again. It's not unheard of to get a bad new coil. Don't think just because it's new it has to be good.
Well, I think this should get your problem fixed. Thank you! Dane
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My name is Dane and I am going to help you solve your problem.
Too set the gap for the coil get a regular buisness card and use it as a feeler gauge. Loosen the bolts to the coil. Rotate the flywheel so the magnets are next to the coil. Slide the buisness card in between the coil and the flywheel magnets and make sure the coil is tight against the card.
Now tighten down your coil bolts and remove the busisness card. Turn the flywheel at least 1 complete turn and make sure it doesn't hit the coil. You're done!!!
Well, I hope I've helped. If you found this information useful, please leave me some THUMBS UP if you think I'm deserving! :-) Thank you! Dane
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