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Donald, Small Engine Technician
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Experience:  I have 25+ years of experience repairing 2 & 4 cycle engines
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My Governor went out so I replace the governor installed a

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My Governor went out so I replace the governor installed a new carburetor and she fired up just fine. She ran for about an hour and died I had to let her sit for about 10 minutes and then the same thing happened I did this a third time and it did it again now it turns over but I have no spark. I have replace the spark plug I have replaced the ignition module and still no spark
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Small Engine
Expert:  Donald replied 1 year ago.
Hello. Thank you for choosing Just Answer. My name is***** will be happy to assist you. What brand is your engine?
Expert:  Donald replied 1 year ago.
Remove the small black kill wire from your ignition module, then check for spark again. Let's see if you get a spark with your kill wire unplugged.
Expert:  Donald replied 1 year ago.
You and I can continue from here. Thanks!
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Still no spark. Last 2 things to replace would be the stator n regulator, could those cause the problem?
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Compression is about 38
Expert:  Donald replied 1 year ago.
Sorry for the delay. Your stator and regulator will not prevent your ignition from producing a spark. Without your kill wire connected, there is only two things that will prevent spark to your spark plug.Weak magnets on your flywheel.Faulty ignition module.If your flywheel magnets are good and strong, then your ignition module is bad, although it it new.
Expert:  Donald replied 1 year ago.
what method are you using to check for spark?