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Tractorguy2, yes, already checked this possibility: one plug wire moved around the distributor cap with sparky grounded on frame. Good spark on #2, #3, some on #4, nothing on #1. Same good copper wire, same good spark plug. So it's definitely not the wire or the plug. As posted earlier, I will double check continuity of new distributor cap this evening. Assuming it's good, the problem HAS to be in the magneto.... Or as Stu ON has emailed me, #1 and #4 are on the same cam, so it could be a bad cam on the mag shaft. Lots of checking to still do.
This post was edited by Billy_The_Kid at 07:44:08 07/25/14.
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