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Hi pepeq5314, has it ever run with the new carbuerator? For now lets assume its fine. Time to check for spark. Remove the spark plug, once it is out reconnect plug wire, ground the plug to engine block by holding the base of the plug to block. Now crank it over and see if it is sparking. If no spark you have ignition problem. If it does have spark, back to the carbuerator. You can put a little fuel directy into cylnder through the spark plug hole and crank it and see if it pops. If it does, you have a fuel problem. Remove the line into carbuerator and make sure you have fuel flowing to it. If you do have fuel flow check adjustments. Hope these tips help.
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
Testimonial: "thanks for your tip i did check for fuel it gets fuel, i have no spark at plug . need to isolate the engine from the tractor to find the electrical pr"
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