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Re: 8n miss

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05-07-2013 19:02:35

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This is the clip the guys mentioned. Link

It goes on the distributor shaft under the rotor.

Was this problem there before you replaced all the parts?

Do all the plugs look that same when you take them out?

It's not uncommon to get a bad plug or have a bad connection on a plug wire.

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05-07-2013 19:40:00

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 Re: 8n miss in reply to Royse, 05-07-2013 19:02:35  
I don't think it has that clip on it. I will check in the morning. The problem was there from the begining, the tractor was not running when I bought it. Its one of those "it ran last year" deals. I started by replacing the plugs and doing some work to the fuel system. Once I got fuel going and replaced the plugs condesor and points it started right up. Everything else I replaced was to get that last little miss out and get the power up where it should be so I can do some work. As far as the plugs go, I haven't had them out since I put them in 5 days ago with the exception of #1 and it looked fine. I did disconnect each plug wire while running and there was a noticable drop with each one. I don't know if this means anything or not, but #2 did shock the p*** out of me, where 3 and 4 did not.

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