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Afternoon all, Newbie here so I apologize in advance for any procedural errors. Figured this would be a good kicking off point. Short and sweet; I have a well maintained 69' Raider 10 with the Lauson motor (HH100). I gave her a bath/wax, topped off fluids and grease, etc, and took a ride to listen for any odd noises. Running perfectly and then just died. After some basic investigation I pulled the plug and grounded it, no spark whatsoever while turning over. It's a new plug and it worked fine so it's not the plug. Motor/starter crank like a bear, no problems there. Almost has to be a bum coil or stater? Any tips on how to narrow it down or what to look for? Thanks in advance for any information! Love this place so far. So much excellent information. I'm hooked!
C160 Kohler 16 HP. Mid 70's model. I don't have model number of engine available as I'm at work. But it's the standard round coil +- posts with coil wire hole in center. Can anybody give me an aftermarket part number or the original part number and maybe I can do some cross checking. I have intermittent spark on a brand new set of points and condenser. Thank You! Bill Image is the model number of the tractor to give you an idea of the year. Motor is original. Entire tractor is original as it was sold at our families dealership back in the day. I just acquired it last week.
I just (almost) finished a rebuild of a K181S on my 876 Wheel-A-Matic. Everything was pretty much going to plan until I realized that I had no spark. My ignition coil seems to be heating up (I assume it's working), but my plug won't spark. My plug was good before the rebuild, but the plug wire was always loose where it went into the coil. Now the wire comes completely out of the coil housing. I cleaned off the end of the wire and the socket inside the coil as much as I could, but still no spark. Is there a way to repair this or do I need a whole new coil/wire set?