I have a RTU that we are restoring. I have a new battery and I have checked all the wiring. We are getting power to the magneto, but nothing is happening when you push the start button. The button has been checked also an it works. We checked the condesor with an Ohm meter and it read 0, so I assume it is good. Does anyone have any ideas or help?
Re: Magneto Problems for RTU in reply to Bill Costanzo, 11-26-2013 14:23:58
Bill, I'm assuming you mean power to the distributor or coil. Magnetos do not get power. The only wire to a magneto is a ground wire to kill the spark. Since the R model came with both a magneto in early production and a distributor in later production its hard to give advice until we know just what you have. Does it turn over when you push the start button but will not spark?
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