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Re: VAI problems - need some help

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02-22-2013 18:23:13

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First off check that the gov is doing its job by running it at idle and grab the gov to carb rod and try to speed up the RPM. It should fight you if it does not then it is a gov problem. If it does fight you check you spark and make sure it is a good blue/white and will jump a 1/4 inch gap or more. If you have that then pull the carb drain plug and make sure you have a good steady flow of gas from there. Catch the gas to look for water etc. Next when was the last time you serviced the air cleaner it could be full of water and dirt

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02-22-2013 19:51:17

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 Re: VAI problems - need some help in reply to old, 02-22-2013 18:23:13  
After your last part about a faint spark from coil I am thinking change coil. But there again I am thinking again, and that gets me in trouble Dale

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02-22-2013 20:39:11

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 Re: VAI problems - need some help in reply to Dale from NW WA, 02-22-2013 19:51:17  
Most believed to be coil problems are in fact points or condenser problems and a coil is the least likely to go bad

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