Question about Craftsman 675 Torque 190cc 21" RearBag Push Lawn Mower ()
Do a test for spark by removing the coil lead and placing it close to the metal on the engines head.
If you have no spark you can go back and regap the coil. Use a thin piece of paper *(a business card or playing card works) placed between the coil and flywheel. The gap is that small. You just put the paper in between, loosen the coil screws until it fits snug against the paper and then retighten the screws. Now remove the paper and put the recoil cover back on and retest for spark.
Still no spark? You may have to replace that coil. But if you already know how to get to it and gap it than all you need to do is get the part number off of the old one.
Posted on Oct 14, 2010
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