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Re: My 8N runs rough after warm up.

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Dell (WA)

01-23-2013 18:49:17

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RGM..........there are 4-common runtime issues with the weird 4-nipple front mount dizzy.....
1) runs fer about 1-min and quits; restarts inna'bout 5-mins; BAD condenser, NOT yer problem
2) runs fer about 5-mins and quit; restars inna'bout 5-mins; CLOGGED in the tank fuel filter, NOT yer problem
3) runs fer about 15-mins and quits; restarts inna'bout 30-mins; BAD weaksister ignition switch, NOT yer problem as stated but could be
4) runs fer about 1-hr and quits; restarts after about 4-hrs of cool down time. Sound like yer problem??? BAD squarecan ignition coil. Unfortunately, once the insulative tar melts, it will always melt inna'bout 1-hr. Time fer NEW COIL. .......Dell, yer self-appointed sparkie-meister

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01-23-2013 20:55:21

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 Re: My 8N runs rough after warm up. in reply to Dell (WA), 01-23-2013 18:49:17  
Ah but Dell if you read all of his posts he done did the new coil thing and that did not fix his problem. Sorry I do respect your posts but some times you do need to read all that has been said. I to asked about the coil and he answered me with it was new. Yes could be a bad new coil form the land of almost right which could well answer it all

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