Question about Electronics - Others
Well you don't list a model or type of motor but with most coils like this they require some type of points or rotors that tell the coil when to send fire to the spark plugs. You might also have a crack in the top of the coil that causes the spark to not fire correctly or efficiently. If this is an older motor and you have points, the points may be burned and need to be replaced and adjusted to the correct firing gap. There are two leads going to the coil. One from the battery and the other lead comes from your points. That is the lead that sends the signal to fire. You need to follow that lead to it's source and that should lead you to the problem as to why the coil isn't firing correctly.
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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