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B-112 Ignition

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kfran
Bought a universal electronic ignition module from Jack's to eliminate points. The instructions weren't in the box. I am assuming that I splice together the 2 leads from the coil and the wire from the ignition switch and connect to one wire on the new module and ground the other wire. Is this correct? Thanks.

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Bunky
I'm not sure what ignition module you bought but to my understanding from Briggs and Stratton You can only use there replacement ignition coil and then you have to ship your flywheel to them so they can repolarized it and send it back to you... Again this is what the guy I talk to at Briggs and Stratton Told me.....

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Brent_Baumer
Just searched about when I made this conversion. Ground the white wire and splice the green one. See previous thread below. Good luck. Brent[A href='http://www.simpletractors.com/clubhouse/ShowMessage.asp?MsgID=5189&mode=short&startwith=40']http://www.simpletractors.com/clubhouse/ShowMessage.asp?MsgID=5189&mode=short&startwith=40[/a]

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Brent_Baumer
Glad it works for you too. I'm gonna have to make this, or the electronic magnetron conversion, on my "new" model 700. The points cover on the 8hp replacement engine someone installed is blocked by the frame. Gonna have to pull the engine just to get the points cover off. Can't believe someone did that. Brent

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Brent_Baumer
You are correct. Splice one to the wire that formerly went to the points and ground the other. Don't remember which to which though. Make sure you plug all the holes for mounting the points and replace the clip that holds the rubber boot down around the points plunger or you'll get alot of oil leakage. This little module is NOT the same as magnetron electronic ignition so no flywheel repolarization necessary. Cheap way to eliminate points adjustments forever and works well. Brent

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