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Mule 3010 no Spark Rear Cylinder

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No spark on rear cylinder. Will spark and run on front clyinder. So far new coil on rear cylinder and new igniter. Pulled flywheel to inspect but pulse coil is fine. Can't see any broken wires. Pulled all connections and inspected no bad connections. Maybe a wire broken somewhere internally I don't know but pulling my hair out.

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