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Offline wbhburn

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Re: Replaced piston/cylinder now won't fire
« Reply #20 on: October 26, 2013, 02:34:18 pm »
Before I forget - thanks to all for the attention

So, now that I think about it, here's the logic as I see it. PLEASE correct me if I'm wrong....

a) Even with a vacuum leak I should get some bang or pop with a bit of fuel manually applied.
b) In the absence of that indication, one could assume an electrical problem
c) My focus should be on electrical and all the other possibilities would be secondary until I get some fire after prime

As I asked before, how to trouble shoot electrical (and please don't assume I know ANYTHING)? Step by step if you have the patience. Again, I do know how to use my Fluke VOM, will that help?

 

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