Touch the magnets in your mag with a flatblade screwdriver to see if they have strong magnetism. They need to attract with a lot of effort in order to create a hot spark when they pass by the coil. Hal
Re: H4 magneto Checked and gone through, no fire in reply to El Toro, 01-14-2013 04:58:24
Thanks I have considered that but was not sure, but that verifies that notion and it may go that way. I have tried to maintain a happy medium with this tractor keeping it OEM for the most part and I like the mag ignition set up, but if indeed my mag coil is getting goofy they don"t exactly give those things away :^)
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