igniton module igniton module
With a hammer and a cold chisel.
Igniton System or Misfire
yes, need it to start the car.
It should be a yellowwire on the igniton coil
ZERO at Top dead center.
look on the manifold it should have the squence engraved on it
inverted torx socket.
RH Side Of Steering Column
At your local Stihl dealer
you need to get a manual for the car and look in it
The igniton timng is 6 degrees BTDC
You need to replace the igniton switch
Spark plugs, igniton wires, fuel filter and air filter.
That year did not have 1. It uses a crank sensor and cam sensor
if you can find a really strong magnet or a vacuum with a small nozzle to suck air threw and pull it out
crank or cam sensor...did you already figure it out?
Leaning of the air/fuel mixture, or igniton timing becoming too far advanced.
generally , cranking an engine is done with igniton where turning is done by hand with the ignition off so as it will not start
Maybe the igniton control module or the ignition module are making bad contact.
the IG fuse is under the hood in the fuse box panel. it is a 50 amp fuse and has two screws holding it in there
the best ignition timing i have achieved using a dyno is 8 deg btdc at 700 rpm, using after market engine management
To catch a fire three substances like Fuel, oxidizer and an igniton are required. Here, Oil is nothing but mixture of Hydrocarbons i.e highly flammable & Oxygen is an Oxidizer. Therefore, on a small spark or Igniton Oil can explode and catch fire in presence of oxygen. Even without a direct ignition, oil can explode when oil cross it's flashpoint in enriched Oxygen environment.