Re: Coil

Jason Luther /
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i would start with cleaning and adjusting the points. no spark could be any number of things. start with the most basic. new plug, check the spark plug cap and wire and then work your way through the electrical system. look for bad grounds, loose or broken wires etc before replaceing parts. a great tool to have is a multi-meter electrical tester. they arent expensive and can help in many ways.

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Subject Written By Posted
  CoilTopic by: Reggie Reggie 08/09/05 11:27PM
  Re: CoilRe: Mike Lumbert Mike Lumbert 08/10/05 07:22PM
  Re: CoilRe: Reggie Reggie 08/10/05 09:43PM
  Re: CoilRe: Don Pflueger Don Pflueger 08/11/05 12:19AM
  Re: CoilRe: Jason Luther Jason Luther 08/11/05 12:06AM
  Re: CoilRe: Reggie Reggie 08/11/05 12:13AM
  Re: CoilRe: Jason Luther Jason Luther 08/11/05 12:20AM
  Re: CoilRe: Reggie Reggie 08/11/05 12:26AM
  Re: CoilRe: Don Pflueger Don Pflueger 08/11/05 10:02AM
  Re: CoilRe: Reggie Reggie 08/11/05 08:06PM
  Re: CoilRe: Don Pflueger Don Pflueger 08/11/05 10:21PM
  Re: CoilRe: Jason Luther Jason Luther 08/11/05 10:36PM
  Re: CoilRe: Reggie Reggie 08/11/05 11:53PM
  Re: CoilRe: Reggie Reggie 08/12/05 08:14PM
  Re: CoilRe: Don Pflueger Don Pflueger 08/13/05 12:32AM

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