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If your ignition coil will not produce a spark, even after you removed the kill wire from it, this indicates that your ignition coil is at fault, and will need to be replaced.
Only your flywheel and ignition coil work together to produce a spark to your spark plug. If your flywheel magnets are good and strong, then our problem has to be your ignition coil.
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