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Can not remember how to hook up the throttle cable and governor linkage a diagram would work showing how all everything went back in place plz help
Wow, i have not ran into this problem yet. I am not getting any results for that engine in my usual locations, which have great diagrams. here is a link to the only diagram i can get a hold of. hope this works.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
I have an old tiller I am trying to get running just to do it. A friend gave it to me and said good luck. The engine is a Briggs model 130202m type 0198 04 Code 7801050. I think I saw where it was built in 1978. Problem, it has compression and no fire. I removed the flywheel and points were stuck. I decided to go first class and bought a Briggs Magnatron coil. Still no fire. Any ideas. I am not sure how to hook up the stop switch wire. I thought I would get some juice by just spinning the flywhell but no go. Any Help will be appreciated. Bruce
Posted on Jul 05, 2010
Briggs stratton model 130202
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
Make sure the coil is not on backwards. The diagram that came with the coil points this out. Also make sure your air gap is set properly. There should be a card (tag) about the thickness of a playing card that is used to set the gap between the flywheel and coil arms. The stop switch wire should be set up the same way the old one was when you took off the old coil. Some engines have a kill switch on top of the engine by the spark plug. It's basically a peice of metal that you push down on the metal part of the plug to kill engine. If you have a switch like this then don't use the switch wire that came with the coil. (you don't need it)
Posted on Jul 15, 2010
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