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Fuller Johnson ignition. picked up a FJ pump engine can anyone help me out with the ignition wiring . Do I use a low or high tension coil and how do I wire it correctly with a spark plug Thank you ..
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You need a high tension coil - either a proper stationary gas engine coil or a model T coil. Substitute the 4 dry cells with a 6V gel cell battery then wire it up like the diagram.


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Default Re: Fuller Johnson pump engine

Here's a bunch of buzz coil info, including the terminal locations for the model T coil. The T coils are pretty easy to find, usually see a couple in every antique store, and always at engine show swap meets.

https://www.old-engine.com/magbuz.htm

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