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John Deere 325 Garden Tractor
|Ralph Shields||Motor won't start because of not power at the magneto ignition coil. Problem??
|Rusty Lengacher||I would assume that you have a single cylinder Kawasaki in that model and if you do then you need to check and see if yours has an ignitor on the right side of the engine up by the spark plug. The ignitor is a little silver box that it probably about 1 inch by 1 inch and has one wire hooked to it. The ignitor is the last thing that the power goes through before it gets to the ignition coil. You need to see if you have any power at the ignitor when you are turning the engine over.
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