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Many time one can replace the old points type coil with a new electronic coil set up and do away with the points. BTDT a few times or I buy the electronic module that takes the place of points. I had one engine that the upper crank shaft bearing/seal was so bad it would not run as it should or long due to points not opening as they should and oil getting on them. Put a module on and worked well even though it smoked so bad you did not have to fog for skeeters. It was an engine on an old tiller I once had

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12-26-2019 16:01:16

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Magnetron modules. They fixed more screwed up engines. Trouble is they only retrofit engines so far back. Lots of stuff from the mid 60s up. The small engines. I got to the point it was about 45 minutes to take the carb off the top of the tank, take a large fine tooth flat file and gently plain the matting surface of the tank and then preload and screw it together. The magnetron took a few more minutes. Ahhhh memories. Last of those i did was early 80s. Good gravey I just looked on Ebay and can't even find them anymore! All of the coils and ignitions are one piece. Here is the hardware store version they used to sell.

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