Thanks for the reply Bob. Yes, I've done everything you have suggested, New plugs and wires, new coil, but haven't checked compression but when both plugs are firing, it seems to have plenty of power. Also installed new points and condenser. What ever is causing this is only related to the left bank. Don't understand what is happening when I separate the wire from the plug unless I'm changing the resistance.
Re: Kohler 482s engine in reply to Rusty Wheel, 05-04-2014 15:48:36
I see you didn't mention swapping plug wires at the coil. If you haven't, that is critical to checking the coil condition.
I've seen the same thing on older cars (now I'm showing my age, the older cars were Chevy sixes). Usually it was due to bad wires or plugs. forcing the spark to jump a bigger gap causes the coil to become more fully saturated, so more voltage.
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