Question about McCulloch Garden
Remove the spark plug and check for spark (gapped 0.020") which should be blue and snappy. If nothing, try a fresh plug. If still nothing, remove the cover to expose the flywheel and ignition module. Remove the stop switch wire from the module and try for spark again. If nothing again, replace the ignition module. Use a thin business card for a gap gauge between the flywheel magnets and the module poles. If the first test obtained good spark, pour a small amount of fuel mix into the plug hole and try for start. If it pops several times, then check the fuel filter, air cleaner, and muffler for plugging. Check the fuel line condition. Make sure the carburetor fasteners are tight. You may need to clean the carburetor inside and out with spray carburetor cleaner. Check the lower chamber diaphragm for flexibility and no holes or cracks. Hope some of this helps!
Posted on Aug 07, 2010
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