If Engine Starts Hard

1. Spark plugs in bad condition, or partially fouled.

2. Spark plug cables in bad condition and "leaking."

3. Circuit breaker points out of adjustment or in poor condition.

4. Battery nearly discharged.

5. Loose wire connection at one of battery terminals, or at coil or circuit breaker.

6. Carburetor not adjusted correctly.

7. Defective ignition coil.

8. Defective condenser.

9. Engine and transmission oil too heavy. (Winter operation.)

10. Engine ignition spark not timed properly.

11. Circuit breaker cam sticking in advance position.

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DIY Battery Repair

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