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πŸ”Œ Tecumseh Replacement Ignition Coil Review

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Revainrating 2.5 out of 5Β Β 
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2.5
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Description of πŸ”Œ Tecumseh Replacement Ignition Coil

Rotary Brand Part number 14315. Aftermarket Replacement Parts. Sold & Shipped by Over The Hill Tractor. 034761143157. Ship from Virginia.

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Revainrating 4 out of 5

Improved Engine Performance with Tecumseh Replacement!

Using this Ignition Coil Tecumseh Repl, our team found that our automotive engine now runs with more power and less misfires. The product is easy to install and comes at a reasonable price. However, we had some difficulty finding the appropriate model number for our engine, which slightly delayed the installation process. Overall, we are satisfied with our purchase and would recommend it to anyone looking to boost their engine's power.

Pros
  • Improved engine performance
Cons
  • Poor quality compared to OEM coil

Revainrating 1 out of 5

Not good at all Parts

Wayne Martin Fagan either got his engine model number wrong or a different coil than mine. The one I received will not align properly. You can screw in screws, but it won't sit straight. That's how it gets into the flywheel. when you spin it Not suitable for tecumseh hm100 engine. I waited almost a week for the wrong part.

Pros
  • Parts
Cons
  • No Automatic

Revainrating 1 out of 5

Not suitable for OHV 130 - should have read the reviews

The description says it fits, it's cheap, I bought it without reading the reviews that the holes don't match. Yes, one hole is way ahead of the other, even my OEM has them. I tried using a cutter to move the hole to where it should be. Difficult to hold in a vise ended up breaking the end mill. Tried using a 3/16 bit on a hand drill, quite difficult as you can't hold it very well. I've tried a file, again it's quite difficult to hold. It broke after a useless exercise from being bent in a vise,

Pros
  • Automotive
Cons
  • I say nothing