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The new replacement coil for my 10 hp Briggs has a much longer plug wire than the old coil- it's at least 6" to 8" too long. Is it that long for a reason? Should I shorten it or leave it alone? An extra spark plug end-connector was also supplied. Thanks for any input.

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cut it to length, put on new end, thats what its there for. good luck Dougm

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They may be using this coil for several different applications. I would leave the factory connector on it and save the spare for just that, a spare.

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