Briggs & Stratton 19368 Ignition Tester Replaces 19051
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|Brand||Briggs & Stratton|
|Item Weight||0.1 Pounds|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||5 x 5 x 0.5 inches|
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- Genuine Briggs & Stratton Part Number 19368
- In-Line Spark Tester
- Genuine Briggs & Stratton Part
- Replaces Old Briggs # 19051
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I never saw a spark. Of course my lawnmower didn't start either. I ended up replacing the ignition coil and I haven't tried it since doing that. (Lawnmower now runs fine.)
The biggest problem is that the spark plug is in the front on my mower. When you stand behind the machine to pull the chord you can't see the tester. That makes it a two man operation. One to pull the chord, one to watch the tester. I recruited my wife to assist me. She couldn't see the spark. Of course I'm not sure she was looking in the right place. I tried to reverse the situation, but she couldn't hold the machine still enough and pull the chord. I couldn't see the spark, but the tester was moving too much, so I could have missed it.
Like I said, we couldn't see the spark but the machine didn't start either. So that indicates that the tester may have been doing it's job.
Another review I read said they had to do it indoors to see the spark. I tried using it in the shed. Another mentioned the size of the gap. It's much larger than the gap of the spark plug. If you have an aging coil, it might have enough oomph to jump the spark plug gap but not enough to jump the tester gap.
By EJen on June 2, 2016
You need to get out of sunlight to use it. It's also nice if you have a helper starting the engine while you observe it, especially with pull-start but it can be used solo too. You just have to go through some gyrations so you can see it without accidentally grounding it.