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Husqvarna will not start.Less than 1 year old and the spark plug is corroded. Change spark plug and still will not start.

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Here is a Link to one of my Tips:

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Good Luck!

Jim

Posted on Nov 13, 2010

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Dirty plug...

Typically lack of use.... (2 or 4 cycle?)

Stale/dirty carb or gasoline, poor carb/choke settings...
Tired ignition coil, corroded connections
leaky fuel hose.. lousy compression, worn cylinders and clogged exhaust muffler...

(see ... didn't even mention "points" or "electronic ignition")...

Short story... Everything...!!

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1983 Capri RS WONT START it is getting spark to the plugs and fuel turns over fine just wont start


Points or electronic ignition? Corroborator, or fuel injection? Was the car sitting idol for a long period of time, say, 6 months to more than 1 year? With a car that old, I would start with replacing spark plug and ignition wiring. Have you checked the spark plugs? Make sure they're cleaned and gaped. If corroded, replace them.

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I use a spark plug wrench or a deep socket and turn counter clockwise.

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Absolutely. What sometimes happens is that carbon will build up on the cylinder head. Then when you try and start it you get a mini backfire and it knocks the carbon loose. The carbon get mashed under one of the valves and then you end up with no compression.

Here are a couple of things you can do to try and loosen it up. (Mind you that you will have to change oil after this and probably need a new spark plug.)

1. In a well ventilated area... preferrably outside and off the grass or any vegitation area, remove the spark plug and turn the engine until the piston is all the way to the top. (TURN OFF THE FUEL SELECTOR)
2. Then dump about 3 cap fulls of oit into the cylinder head via spark plug hole. (Cap from 1 qt small mouth oil bottle)
3. Pull starter cord slowly 2 times.
4. Fill the cylinder all the way to the top of the cylinder head / spark plug hole. Keep it full for about 10 minutes. Add more gas if you have to. The goal here is to soak the overhead valve seat with raw gas for a bit.
5. After 10 minutes... YANK the starter cord with ign off knowing full well your going to make a mess.
6. Add Fresh gas to cyl head (not full this time) and YANK the cord again.
7. Keep pulling cord until vapor / gas cloud stops exiting spark plug hole.
8. Install spark plug and check compression.
Good compression... Good deal.. CHANGE THE OIL because it leaked past the pistions rings during the soaking process.

Still no compression the head will have to be removed and the vavle seats hand lapped with grinding compound.

NOTE: Before turning on the ignition switch... and attempting an engine start make sure that the unit is not soaked in gas i.e do a good clean up job.

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It needs spark, fuel and compression to run, which is missing?
Lets start with spark. Replace the plug (very inexpensive and great insurance), then do this:
Ignition Coil Test by SmallEng.com
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L7WNBDRG4C4
You may need to use a jumper wire between the threaded part of the plug and the cooling fins. You do not have to bend up the electrode.

Before we get to fuel please download and follow the start procedure in your Operator's Manual here:
HusqvarnaUSA.com
http://www.husqvarna.com/us/homeowner/support/download-manuals/
Enter the 3 digit model number (no XPs, Es, just the numbers)
Serial number decode – useful when downloading IPLs and Manuals
06 1500198
06 = year produced – 2006 (single digit before 2000)
15 = week produced - March
00198 = 198th unit Husky produced that week
I own a Husky 359 that 1 time I forgot to set the fast idle (close then open choke). It was near impossible to start. I have missed the initial attempt to fire and flooded it too, again almost impossible to start.

If it has spark and the start procedure fails, put a teaspoon of fuel mix in the carburetor throat, open the choke, and pull. Does it fire and attempt to start? Yes it probably has a fuel delivery problem. Please repost with what you did and we will continue. HTH
Lou
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A couple of suggestions:

How old is the gas in the tank? If it has sat for a year in the tank or the can, the gas won't burn as easily because of octane breakdown. Mix in newly bought gas (with oil of course).

Pull the spark plug(s) and check the spark gap referring to your manual. If the gap is too wide, you'll have a hard time starting it.
It's also a good idea to check how dirty your spark plugs are, and clean if necessary.

Depending on the age of the saw, if it's 35 years old or more, you may have to put less 2-cycle oil into your mix. The ratio has changed for all 2 cycle engines if they're approximately 35 years or older. Instead of 30 to 1 it's now 50 to 1.


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I can only say that for the old cars even sitting for a year is not healthy, because most parts of engine, starting system, charging system will get corroded/deposited. Most probably you will need to change battery, motor oil, fuel, spark plugs, check the starter and alternator. Also check the fuel pump, fuel filter. First shot would be battery, fuel, spark plugs and starter.
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