Hyster H60XL:
ignition problem

i have an ignition issue, first no spark from distributor, coil is good points are good and not grounded, condensor is new cap is new ,rotor is new ,wires are new cannot figue what is wrong
  • Posted 24 Aug 2010 00:05
  • Discussion started by indianbil
  • Colorado, United States

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