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Spark plug must be grounded against the engine to be checked. If it is truly a no/spark condition, then the next thing to check is the "dead-man" switch if it is on a pushmower and then check the ignition module air-gap. That is the distance in between the legs of the coil and the magnets in the flywheel. Different engine applications (you did not say) are set a few thousandths different but a good rule of thumb is closer is better. Set the air gap at .008"-012" or about the thickness of a standard sized business card. If this doesn't produce a spark, then the ignition module is possibly bad.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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