Posted by Daniel Dillon on January 13, 2013 at 10:23:37 from (22.214.171.124):
Tried to reply to similar thread but it kicked me here. I have a 1941 H and I had to buy a new coil about 15 years ago as it would start great when cold but hard starting when hot so I figured the original coil was breaking down under heat a new coil fixed me right up. Mine ran great up until 5 or 6 years ago when I parked it due to rear tire rotted and blew out on me, I usually start and run my equipment from time to time but life side tracked me and it had been about 4 years since I last started and ran my H, just got around to replacing rear tire, cleaned the carb etc put a new battery in it and no fire! from ignition? totally went through my magneto checking for ground problems can't find any replaced points and condenser, tested coil seems ok .5 ohm primary and 12.4K ohm secondary ( same as when it was first replaced ) cleaned everything up still no fire ???
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