I would think your spark plugs should be more then just hand tight ...
Or did i just miss something in ur vid when u loosened them with a ratchet?
I had just hand tight the spark plugs for the video.
I will have new spark plugs tomorrow and I will gap them at 0.030 inches per service manual. If the new plugs don't fix the issue I'll make a new video and this time I will use a ratchet.
If the plug isn't igniting shouldn't the plug be wet? Where is the gas going if the plug isn't firing?
I have the engine service manual thanks to one of the members posting it on this thread.
I see on page 174 of 181 the resistance values. Can't I just test the ohm value with the coil on the machine providing the coil isn't positioned on the magnetic to the flywheel and I remove the kill wire from the coil? Just trying to remove the least amount possible since afraid a bolt might break since the engine has never been taken apart.
Again if plug isn't igniting where is the gas going?