Re: FM J problem??? in reply to loveshisallis, 06-03-2008 17:45:04
Most of the time if it runs and hour and dies its a bad coil. I have seen more then one new coil be bad. Things now days are not made like they where 50 years ago. The moment it dies check for spark. If you have a good blue/white spark then look for a fuel problem
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