Ignition Components Figure 523D

1. Assemble ignition module (13) to front frame mounting bracket. Make sure that the black ground wire is secured to the bracket.

2. Connect ignition module wires to ignition coil as shown in the wiring diagrams.

3. If seal (11) was removed, install new seal (11) in gear-case, lip side to ignition side of gearcase.

CAUTION

Seal (11) must be pressed into gearcase until it stops. A

seal that is not all the way in may leak.

4. Apply Loctite Lock 'N Seal, Part No. 99625-77 to rotor bolt (9). Install rotor (10) with rotor bolt (9). Torque bolt (9) to 75-80 in-lbs.

CAUTION

Use only the grade of Loctite specified.

3. Remove sensor plate screws (6) and washers (7).

4. To remove sensor plate (8) from gearcase, disconnect connector (12) and remove connector from sensor plate wires. Pull wires through gearcase hole one at a time.

NOTE

It may be necessary to cut pin and sockets from wires to pull wires through hole in gearcase.

5. Install sensor plate (8) with sensor plate screws (6) and washers (7).

NOTE:

If sensor plate (8) was completely removed it may be necessary to install new wire pins, sockets and body receptacle.

6. Set retarded ignition timing as described in previous section. Check advanced ignition timing

1.

Outer cover rivet (2)

2.

Outer cover

3.

Inner cover screw (2)

4.

Inner cover

5.

Gasket

6.

Sensor plate screw (2)

7.

Washer (2)

8.

Sensor plate

9.

Rotor screw and star washer

10.

Rotor

11.

Camshaft oil seal

12.

Connector

14. Ignition coil

15. Spark plug cable (2)

16. Ignition coil terminal

13. Ignition module

14. Ignition coil

15. Spark plug cable (2)

16. Ignition coil terminal

Figure 5-23D. Ignition Components — 1980 and Later

under running conditions as described in previous section.

7. Install gasket (5) and inner cover (4) with screws (3).

8. Rivet outer cover (2) to inner cover (4) with rivets (1).

CAUTION — Use only rivets Part No. 8699 to secure outer cover. (See Figure 5-23E.) Timing cover rivets are specially designed so there is no rivet end to fall off into timing compartment as with regular rivets. Use of regular rivets could cause damage to ignition components.

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Figure 5-23E. Special Timing Cover Rivet

Figure 5-23E. Special Timing Cover Rivet

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