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ThomTwo

Could It Be a Dirty or Bad Pulse Coil?

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Refer to my earlier post ***UP-UP-UP DATE on '94 KODIAK Won't start when Engine is Cool.

It will now start cold with the Pull Rope.

Could it be a dirty or bad gap on the pulse coil?

As you can see by my earlier post, the dealer and I have tried everything.

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