Question about Electrical Supplies
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Generally, an engine that has an electric start also has a shutdown method as well. This may happen using a button, switch, or be part of the keyswitch. Most engines are turned off / shutdown through the "disable" wire that goes to the ignition module. If this wire is grounded, the module turns off, and the engine slows to a stop. Look for a wire that snakes back under the cooling shroud of your engine. Follow from the shroud until it makes its connection to the harness, then disconnect it. Engine should start and you should have spark.
Note that connecting this wire to the battery very well may damage the coil (burn it out). If the wire that it was connected to has battery voltage on it, the ignition module is likely toast and will need replacement.
Posted on Aug 26, 2010
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