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Stihl Garden | Answered on Jan 13, 2020


make sure your air gap from the coil to the flywheel magnet is .010. if it is then take the ground wire off the coil and see if you have spark then. if you do then your ground wire is grounding out somewhere. process of elimination form the coil to the switch.

Stihl Garden | Answered on Dec 28, 2019



Possibly fuel tank not venting properly. See recall.


https://www.stihlusa.com/information/recalls/toolless-fuel-cap/km130r/

Stihl Garden | Answered on Dec 14, 2019


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Stihl Garden | Answered on Dec 05, 2019


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Stihl Garden | Answered on Dec 04, 2019


Set the gap between coil and flywheel to 0.010 inches, if possible disconnect the stop wire from coil to eliminate that part of the circuit. If spark, reconnect stop wire and check again with stop switch in the on position, should still have spark. If not there is a short in the stop circuit.

Stihl Garden | Answered on Oct 31, 2019


According to Stihl's engine service manuals, when the engine has no spark or a dramatic, sudden loss in power, the problem could lie in the ignition system. The ignition system ignites the fuel in the engine for proper combustion. When the spark isn't firing correctly, an influx of gas can bog the engine down or cause it to not start at all. Since you are dealing with potentially lethal high voltage, extreme caution is advised and safety gear should be worn at all times.
first Slide the rubber spark plug connector off of the spark plug. On most Stihl's this can be accessed from the top of the engine, underneath the chain brake handle. Unscrew the air filter cover and remove it, if you can't see it on top of the engine
then Insert the socket wrench onto the spark plug and remove it from the engine. Discard the old spark plug and replace it with a new, identical spark plug, which will be recommended in your operator's manual. Make sure the spark plug is gapped according to your manual's specifications or else the engine won't start.
after that Turn the ignition switch to the "On" position. Insert the spark plug into the rubber connector. Make sure the chain brake is disengaged by pulling back on the black chain brake handle, which runs atop the saw's engine.
Hold the rubber plug and spark plug, with gloved hands, about 1 to 2 centimeters from a metal point on the engine block. Wipe any flammable gas or oil from the metal spot on the engine with the rag. Tug on the starter cord and look for a blue spark across the "hex" part of the spark plug,Check to be sure the wires leading to the "On-Off" switch aren't tangled or touching a metal point on the engine if there is no spark, Replace any wires if they are damaged or corroded

Stihl Garden | Answered on Oct 30, 2019


Check the ground wire on your coil and see if it is loose or well grounded...

Stihl Garden | Answered on Oct 29, 2019


check with STIHL DEALER

Stihl Garden | Answered on Oct 23, 2019


start by removing the chain and cleaning all the dirt from there where the oil port is

Stihl Garden | Answered on Oct 23, 2019


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    Oct 4, 2006 - I am in the process of rebuilding my Stihl chainsaw carb. I am having troubles identifying this Stihl model. The only sticker on the saw is 311Y.

Stihl 311y | Answered on Oct 09, 2019


Part 4: Stihl chainsaw piston and cylinder replace / repair ...

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Refitting the cylinder to the rebuilt crankcase on a Stihl 026 chainsaw. ... Part 4: Stihl chainsaw piston and cylinder replace / repair. .... Part 3 Stihl 026 chainsaw fitting the rings, piston, anti vibration mountings - Duration: 15:10.

Part 3 Stihl 026 chainsaw fitting the rings, piston, anti ...

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Part 3 Stihl 026 chainsaw fitting the rings, piston, anti vibration mountings ... Part 4: Stihl chainsaw piston and cylinder replace/ repair.


Stihl MS171 12"... | Answered on Oct 09, 2019


80 MLS of 2 stroke oil to one gallon of fuel and it doesn't matter what octane, of course the higher octane is better cause it burns cleaner. To much oil will gum up your carburetor and engine.

Stihl Garden | Answered on Oct 07, 2019

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