thanks to all that helped, it is really apriciated.
Help. May Have Lost Spark B110
Posted August 26, 2013 - 03:11 PM
- hamman said thank you
Posted August 26, 2013 - 10:37 PM
so the stuck valve kept the plug from firing? Hows that work?
- inkman232001 and boyscout862 have said thanks
Posted August 27, 2013 - 10:10 AM
no clue, my father stoped by yesterday to look at it, he said you got a stucke valve. he took the head off, sprayed wd40 on the valve got it lose and put it back together and it started right up. I checked to see if the spark was back at the plug and it had a nice blue spark. My father said this has happened to him with his ac B10 before.
Posted August 28, 2013 - 06:25 PM
Well that makes 0 sense. I did have an issue with the clip on the end of my spark plug wire, and the same issue-the clip wasn't tight enough and even though it was on the plug, it just wasn't really tight. Had to use a pliers to get it to work. My 51 years of life tell me that you're gonna have the problem again. Valves have 0 to do with electrical. Simple facts.
Posted August 28, 2013 - 09:15 PM
my AC B 110 is giving me some problems. I can not get it to start. I have checked the spark at the plug and I cant get any, but if you hold the spark plug wire when you try to start it, it shocks the heck out of ya. Iv tested my condenser and it checked out ok, was thinking maybe the points. Anyone one has any ideas? And if it is the points what model of briggs do the b110 have. iv searched mine and can not find a model number to give the parts store to order the points. iv went as far as pulling the engine off the tractor and removing all the tins on the engine and looking but nothing..
seems to me like when you found the stuck valve you fixed another problem between the wire and the plug...
Hey, two for one... nice!!