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spark from 6. Check distributer cap, rotor, and specially near wire number 6. remove the cap and visually inspect looking for signs of burns or small craks. check the top of the cap to see if the coil

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...spark plugs are a sign of too much fuel getting into the engine. Have him check that the air filter is clean. This, in my opinion,sounds like the fuel pressure regulator is faulty allowing too much ...

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...spark, remove the two screws holding the muffler on and remove it, check the condition of the piston through the exhaust port, any signs of scuffing and the cylinder will have to be removed, and the ...

...spark plug wires. Still no change. The plug is black showing signs of fouling out. Where do I go from here? Hi, Neil and the usual suspects are: 1. Fouled spark plugs. 2. Severely discharged or a ...

...I would start with checking my spark plugs for signs of fouling. Beyond that, it sounds like it could possibly be a plugged catalytic converter. Do you smell rotten eggs? Sounds silly, but

spark plugs installed. Inspect the plugs for any signs of misfiring, such as carbon tracking on the spark plug insulator or the coil boot. Inspect for cracked spark plugs or incorrect gap. Inspect for

...and while trying to start it the headlights went out checked spark plugs no spark still runs trouble starting what we think its the coil That is a sign of a battery that going out. Change the

...signs of ignition coil failure. The ignition coil takes power from the generator and relays it to the spark plugs. This ignites the fuel and makes your vehicle run. The severity of the symptoms vary ...

...spark plugs and read them. The best cylinder conditions you could hope for would be good plugs with all a uniform tan or brown color to the lower portion, and very little deposits on the plugs. That ...

...trouble with my all wheel drive it's an 02 sportsman 700 twin what should I start looking for I first check both spark plug and coil.. Pull spark plug out and visually inspect for any dirt touching ...

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