Question about Ryobi Cultivator
The timing is not adjustable. When the flywheel is set on the crankshaft and the key inserted between the crankshaft and the flywheel, this aligns the magnets in the flywheel with the coil. As the flywheel spins, the magnets swing past the coil setting up an electromagnetic field, thus generating the spark. I suspect that when you say a "new module was installed" you are referring to the coil. If it was installed correctly and gapped properly your timing can't be off. Accordingly, the problem likely lays elsewhere. You may wish to inspect the fuel lines. If the machine is more than 3-4 years old they are probably cracked or broken. Also check to make sure the fuel filter hasn't come off of the pickup line inside the fuel tank. This is a very common problem and fairly easy to repair.
Posted on Oct 31, 2011
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