How do I know if my lawnmower coil is bad?
Start the mower when it is cold, and look through the window of the tester. Observe that there is a normal spark that allows the mower to run. One of the symptoms of a bad lawn mower ignition coil appears when you are mowing the lawn and the mower gets hot and literally shuts off.
Thereof, how do you check a spark plug coil with a multimeter?
Connect your multimeter to the positive terminal or pin of your coil, and to the high output terminal that goes to the spark plug. Most ignition coils should have a secondary resistance falling somewhere between 6,000 to 10,000 ohms;however, refer to manufacturer specifications for the correct range.
Simply so, how many ohms should a lawn mower ignition coil have?
A working ignition coil will give a reading of between 2.5 – 5 k ohms. Set the positive lead of the multi-meter in position where the spark plug would usually insert – ensure it has made good contact.
What causes no spark on lawn mower?
Ignition Module Failure
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).