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Model Series Type Armature Air Gap ( in. )60000 L-Head Aluminum/Cast Sleeve Single Cylinder .006 / .01080000 L-Head Aluminum/Cast Sleeve Single Cylinder .006 / .01090000 L-Head Aluminum/Cast Sleeve Single Cylinder .006 / .01010A000 Thru 10M000 L-Head Aluminum/Cast Sleeve Single Cylinder .006 / .010110000 L-Head Aluminum/Cast Sleeve Single Cylinder .006 / .010120000 L-Head Aluminum/Cast Sleeve Single Cylinder .006 / .010130000 L-Head Aluminum/Cast Sleeve Single Cylinder .010 / .014170000 L-Head Aluminum/Cast Sleeve Single Cylinder .010 / .014171700 L-Head Aluminum/Cast Sleeve Single Cylinder .010 / .014190000 L-Head Aluminum/Cast Sleeve Single Cylinder .010 / .014191700 L-Head Aluminum/Cast Sleeve Single Cylinder .010 / .014220000, 250000 L-Head Aluminum/Cast Sleeve Single Cylinder .010 / .014280000 L-Head Aluminum/Cast Sleeve Single Cylinder .010 / .014230000 L-Head Cast Iron Single Cylinder .010 / .014240000 L-Head Cast Iron Single Cylinder .010 / .014320000 L-Head Cast Iron Single Cylinder .010 / .014400000, 420000, 460000 L-Head Opposed Twin Cylinder .010 / .01450000 OHV Single Cylinder .012 / .02085400 OHV Single Cylinder .012 / .02097700, 99700 OHV Single Cylinder .006 / .012115400, 117400, 118400 OHV Single Cylinder .012 / .020120000 Horizontal Shaft OHV Single Cylinder .010 / .014120000 Vertical Shaft OHV Single Cylinder .006 / .014138400 OHV Single Cylinder .012 / .020185400 OHV Single Cylinder .012 / .020200000 OHV Single Cylinder .008 / .012210000 Horizontal Shaft OHV Single Cylinder .008 / .012210000 Vertical Shaft OHV Single Cylinder .008 / .012235400, 245400 OHV Single Cylinder .008 / .012280000 OHV Single Cylinder .010 / .014310000 OHV Single Cylinder .010 / .014290000, 294000, 303000 OHV Twin Cylinder .008 / .012350000 OHV Twin Cylinder .008 / .012380000 OHV Twin Cylinder .008 / .012405000 OHV Twin Cylinder .008 / .012445000 OHV Twin Cylinder .008 / .012540000 OHV Twin Cylinder .008 / .012
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Briggs & Stratton 252707 11HP OEM Engine Coil

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How to test and repair small engine ignition system problems?

Is there no spark in the engine of your lawn mower, snow blower or outdoor power equipment? Follow this guide to test your ignition system - including coil, switch & module - to identify any problems and troubleshoot repairs.

If you know your specific problem, jump down to the section for step-by-step instructions.

How Do Ignition Systems Work in Small Engines & Lawn Mowers?
Servicing Spark Plug Problems
How to Test the Ignition Coil in Your Small Engine
Testing & Replacing a Stop Switch
Ignition Module Failure
How To Inspect the Flywheel & Key

WARNING: Always read the engine and equipment manual(s) before starting, operating, or servicing your engine or equipment to avoid personal injury or property damage. See an authorized dealer or contact Briggs & Stratton if you are unsure of any procedure or have additional questions. Find all Engine Safety Warnings

How Do Ignition Systems Work in Small Engines & Lawn Mowers?

Repair Small Engine Ignition System by Briggs and Stratton

The ignition system is the starting system for your small engine. Whether you start the engine with a pull rope or the turn of a key on an electric start motor, you're relying on the ignition system to produce a spark inside the combustion chamber.

Small Engine Ignition Parts

  • Flywheel with magnets
  • Coil or Armature
  • Push Button starting or Pull Cords (depending on your engine type)
  • Spark Plug Lead
  • Spark Plugs

When you start your lawn mower or small engine, you turn the flywheel and its magnets pass the coil (or armature). This creates a spark. The ignition system coordinates the timing so that the spark will ignite the air-fuel mixture in the combustion chamber just as it reaches maximum compression in each engine cycle- thus, maximizing the engine’s power.

Once the engine is running, the flywheel keeps rotating, the magnets keep passing the coil and the spark plug keep firing based on a specific timing.

Types of Ignition Systems

  • Solid-state systems: the more modern option, these systems use a tiny transistor in the coil or armature to close the electrical circuit that travels through the spark plug lead to the spark plug(s).
  • Breaker point systems: used on engines made before 1980, these systems use a mechanical switch instead of a transistor to close the electrical circuit used to produce a spark.

Common Flywheel Problems

If you are experiencing ignition timing issues, this is most often due to a sheared flywheel key. You can also test the flywheel magnets for any potential issues.

For information regarding this, please visit our Inspecting the Flywheel and Key FAQ.

Common Spark Plug Problems

 

How To Test the Ignition Coil in Your Small Engine

Safety Warnings:
Stay clear of any rotating, moving parts, or other hazardous areas whenever attempting to start the engine or equipment.

The coil is probably the easiest thing to check and therefore the first thing to check when embarking upon ignition system troubleshooting.

Testing the Coil or Armature

  • Step 1: Clip one end of the spark tester (service part number 19368) to the ignition cable and the other grounded to the cylinder head as shown below.
Repair Small Engine Ignition System by Briggs and Stratton
  • Step 2: Spin the flywheel rapidly (at least 350 RPM) and watch for spark in the tester window.

If the spark jumps the tester gap, your ignition coil is working fine. If not, it needs to be replaced.

Engine quits while running? Hook the tester up between the ignition cable and the spark plug and start the engine. When it stops, monitor the window.

Common Mistakes When Testing Coils

  • Be sure to unhook the coil from the equipment wiring harness as well as the engine's wiring harness and use the spark tester. Many a technician is fooled into replacing a good coil because the coil grounding lead was shorting out against a piece of sheet metal.
  • DO NOT attach the tester to the spark plug for this test. The engine may start. Without the grounding lead installed, you won't be able to turn it off.

Replacing Ignition Coils or Armatures

Repair Small Engine Ignition System by Briggs and Stratton

An ignition armature must be set at a precise distance from the flywheel. Your engine repair manual will provide the proper gap for your engine. Common armature gap ranges are .006 - .010" and .010 - .014". Armatures are often packaged with a shim to assist in setting the gap. Index cards of the proper thickness also work well.

  • Unhook the spark plug wire and secure it, removing any batteries, if equipped.
  • Remove the old ignition coil (armature) mounting screws.
Repair Small Engine Ignition System by Briggs and Stratton
  • Then, disconnect the stop switch wire from the flywheel brake and remove the coil.
  • Attach a replacement coil from the original engine manufacturer, using mounting screws.
Repair Small Engine Ignition System by Briggs and Stratton
  • Then, push the coil (armature) away from the flywheel and tighten one screw.
Repair Small Engine Igntion System
  • Turn the flywheel so the magnets are on the opposite side from the ignition coil (armature).
Repair Small Engine Igntion System
  • Place the appropriate shim between the rim of the flywheel and the ignition armature. While holding the shim, turn the flywheel until the magnets are directly adjacent to the armature
Repair Small Engine Ignition System by Briggs and Stratton
  • Loosen the tight screw so the magnets pull the ignition armature against the flywheel and shim. Then, tighten both mounting screws and rotate the flywheel until the shim slips free.
  • Reconnect the stop switch.

Have an older, breaker point ignition system?

 

Breaker point ignition systems were common through 1982. You can improve its reliability on a single-cylinder Briggs & Stratton engine equipped with breaker points and a two-leg armature by installing a solid-state ignition conversion kit (service part number 394970) that bypasses the points (conversion kit will not work with a three-legged ignition armature).

Repair Small Engine Ignition System by Briggs and Stratton

Additional questions? Please consult a Briggs & Stratton Service Dealer for conversion kit and installation.

Testing & Replacing a Stop Switch

Safety Warning: Stay clear of any rotating, moving parts, or other hazardous areas whenever attempting to start the engine or equipment.

  • Step 1: Insert the spark plug lead on one end of a spark tester and attach the tester's alligator clip to ground, such as an engine bolt (see image below).
Repair Small Engine Ignition System by Briggs and Stratton
  • Step 2: Place the equipment stop switch control in the OFF or STOP position. If the engine is not connected to the equipment, ground the stop switch wire to the cylinder.
  • Step 3: Attempt to start the engine using the rewind cord or key (if equipped).
    There should be no spark. If a spark appears, inspect the stop switch for damage. Consult your authorized service dealer if you find a faulty switch.
  • Step 4: Place the stop switch control in RUN or START position.
    If the engine is not connected to the equipment, make sure the stop switch wire is not grounded.
  • Step 5: Attempt to start the engine.

A spark should be visible in the tester. If no spark appears, check for broken wires, shorts, grounds or a defective stop switch.

Once you have confirmed that the stop switch is working, reconnect the spark plug lead.

If your ignition start or push button start needs replacing, consult a Briggs & Stratton dealer near you.

Ignition Module Failure

Because the ignition module is electronic and does not utilize moving components, it is normally one of the most reliable part of the engine. When it does fail, it is usually due to heat caused from improper wiring of the ground wire to battery voltage.

If the engine does not produce spark, other areas of the ignition system should be checked before focusing on the ignition module as source of failure (see above).

If no fault is discovered in the above mentioned areas, the ignition module itself may need to be examined. To best determine the cause of failure, please consult an Authorized Dealer.

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