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I have a B&S 5.5 hp model 137202. It ran fine

I have a B&S 5.5 hp model 137202. It ran fine last year, but needed a coil. I replaced the coil. It starts fine on choke, but when moving the throttle to any other position, it races wide open so I have to kill it. Any ideas on what is happened or happening? Thank you.

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