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OK-looked at coil at ebay & briggs service manual for eng models listed in ad,briggs service manual shows 2 different style coils used,one has an exposed trigger,other has trigger enclosed in coil assembly,although coil you have looks nothing like oem coil I would suspect trigger enclosed in new coil,if no installation instructions included with coil,set air gap for .012",if still no spark try removing coil & rotate same 180 deg & reinstall on eng(if possible),set air gap for .012" & check for spark,trigger in coil may be faceing wrong way in position it is now in and is probably sensitive to magnet polarity.
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