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    seem to have spark(in line tester at plugs),have fuel,carb opened,cranking fast

  • #2
    Then the spark isn't happening at the right time. adjust the ignition timing.

    Are you 100% sure you are getting fuel? try pouring a little down the carb, just to be sure.

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    • #3
      Or...

      Spark isn't 'hot' enough. I've seen this quite a few times now and it seems the coil is a likely 'suspect'. As Diesel Man said, make sure it's makin' fire at the right time.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by blackwater
        Spark isn't 'hot' enough. I've seen this quite a few times now and it seems the coil is a likely 'suspect'. As Diesel Man said, make sure it's makin' fire at the right time.
        I have been burned on this. Check coil also to make sure it is good. Most auto parts places can check it.

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        • #5
          thanks for the direction. i put #1 at tdc and rotor way off. wish me luck.( not with the repair but with the wife)

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          • #6
            if your rotor is 180 degrees off its because you do not have it on top dead center but cranked around once on the engine.

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            • #7
              more like 90 degrees. pretty sure jumped time.just hoping valves are good. thanks for the help

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