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|mike gill||I was plowing snow with my tractor when it died.I checked it out & ihad no spark. I replaced the points (burned) & condensor ,plugs . still no spark. the points are set @ .020 & plugs @ .030 .the wire to the mag has no power. I have a universal type shop manual but no wiring diagrams. is the wire to the mag supposed to have power with the switch on? where does the wiren to the mag come from?
|Shad Bell||Check and make sure your mag coil is not grounded. Mags are hot (energized) when they are open, and then ground through the plugs. Try taking the lead off of your mag and then crank it over. Could be a bad switch.
|Shad||By the way, The ignition wire from the switch to the mag just goes to ground.
|mike gill||thanks shad I got the old allis running & she plowed a bunch more snow for me saving my back! have a good one mike.