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No Spark on Toro Snowblower

Posted by marshcat (My Page) on
Tue, Aug 10, 10 at 19:17

I recently acquired a Toro 7hp snowblower. The snowblower has no spark. I pulled the flywheel and found a prong on the coil that looks like it should have a wire coming from it.

Could this be the cause of my lack of spark? Where should I wire the prong to.

Take a look at the pictures to see what I am talking about.
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RE: No Spark on Toro Snowblower

  • Posted by canguy British Columbia (My Page) on
    Tue, Aug 10, 10 at 20:26

The tang is for a wire to the interlock system and kill switch. Yours may not have such a system, only a tab over the spark plug.
That is an old system, pre 1984. Swing the wire clip out of the way and remove the cover. Points p/n 30547C and condenser p/n 30548C likely need to be replaced.


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