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wolseley problems,

Post by RAB on Thu Oct 15 2009, 18:24

i have a friend that has a WD2 he use to slow crank it and use to tick over fine, now he has to crank it really fast with the choke off to start it , any ideas why?

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Re: wolseley problems,

Post by Avandriver on Thu Oct 15 2009, 18:42

Sounds like the impulse in the magneto has stuck

A swill with parafin but try to avoid getting it inside the electrics usually frees the spring off



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thank god for steve lol

Post by RAB on Thu Oct 15 2009, 18:44

the impulse is missing a few ticks, so what do i need to do mate, lol its a wico mag

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Re: wolseley problems,

Post by Avandriver on Fri Oct 16 2009, 15:12

Take the mag of the engine and hold it upside down

Drip parafin ( It will dissolve old sticky oil) under the wheel at the back and around the impulse pin keep turning the mag both ways and then that should free it off .

let it dry before putting it back on


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Re: wolseley problems,

Post by mike d on Fri Oct 16 2009, 17:34

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this forum is great, all this learning for the grand sum of........ nothing

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