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Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: PACIFIC N.W.
Okay... so I got to thinking about that... I don't think it's (only) the plug, because I ran the test light from the plug wire to the head yesterday. The test light should have lit off if there was at least spark getting to the boot.
But Morph, you're right... I need to replace the spark plug because I have replaced EVERYTHING else... and a plug is 2 bucks and is probably due.
Hooking a test light to the spark plug high voltage wire could blow the light. Make sure the light works, then test for power on low voltage terminals on the coil, while cranking.
Check for and clean the ground cable from the frame to motor. If none, add one, even temporary jumpers cables for testing.
Keep the battery fully charged to at least 13.6 volts. Try jumping the battery from the wife's car, it needs to crank fast enough to produce a spark.
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