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Echo Leaf Blower Ignition Coil Replacement (A411001620)

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This video provides step-by-step instructions for replacing the ignition coil on Echo leaf blowers. The most common reason for replacing the ignition coil is if the leaf blower is running rough.

All of the information in this ignition coil replacement video is applicable to the following brands: Echo.

Tools used: T-20 Torx bit, pliers.

Step By Step Instructions

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Leaf Blower- Model PB580T
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Leaf Blower Ignition Coil Replacement
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"Step 1: Make sure the engine has cooled and the on/off switch is in the ""off"" position."
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Step 2: Perform this procedure with little or no fuel in the tank.
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Step 3: Use a T-27 Torx bit to unthread the four screws securing the starter.
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Step 4: Remove the wire and boot from the spark plug.
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Step 5: Unthread the five screws securing the engine cover.
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Step 6: Pry off the cover which may require some effort.
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Step 7: Set the leaf blower on its side.
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Step 8: Unthread the four screws securing the fuel tank retainer.
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Step 9: Set the fuel tank and retainer aside.
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Step 10: Unthread the screw securing the ignition coil cover.
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Step 11: Detach the cover.
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Step 12: Rotate the flywheel magnets away from the ignition coil.
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Step 13: Unthread the ignition coil mounting screws.
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Step 14: Disconnect the grounding wire and remove the grommet.
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"Step 15: Free the spark plug wire from the channel. "
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Step 16: Use a small amount of liquid dish soap to lubricate the spark plug boot.
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Step 17: Pull the boot off of the wire and remove the terminal.
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Step 18: Fully remove the old ignition coil.
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Step 19: Prepare the new ignition coil for installation by transferring the wire sleeve from the old ignition coil to the new one.
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Step 20: Feed the wire under the carburetor.
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Step 21: Align the terminal on the wire and use pliers to help insert the end of the terminal thorugh the insulation.
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Step 22: Slide on the spark plug boot.
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Step 23: Connect the grounding wire to the new coil and slide on the grommet.
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Step 24: Position the ignition coil and thread the screws loosely.
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Step 25: Insert a business card between the coil and flywheel then rotate the flywheel to align the magnets with the coil.
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Step 26: Tighten the screws and remove the card.
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Step 27: Confirm the spark plug wire and grounding wire are fully inserted in the channel.
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Step 28: Reposition the ignition coil cover and thread the screw.
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Step 29:Realign the retainer on the fuel tank.
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Step 30: Reposition the assembly on the frame.
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Step 31: Confirm the washers are in place on the screws then thread the four screws to secure the retainer.
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Step 32: Reposition the engine cover.
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Step 33: Thread and tighten the screws.
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Step 34: Reattach the wire and boot to the spark plug.
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"Step 35: Realign the starter, making sure the pulley engages with the starter pawls. "
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Step 36: Thread the screws to secure the assembly.
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Step 37: Refill the fuel tank if necessary.
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Congratulations! Your leaf blower should be ready for use.
Description
This video provides step-by-step instructions for replacing the ignition coil on Echo leaf blowers. The most common reason for replacing the ignition coil is if the leaf blower is running rough.

All of the information in this ignition coil replacement video is applicable to the following brands: Echo.

Tools used: T-20 Torx bit, pliers.
Step-By-Step Instructions
1
Leaf Blower- Model PB580T
2
Leaf Blower Ignition Coil Replacement
3
"Step 1: Make sure the engine has cooled and the on/off switch is in the ""off"" position."
4
Step 2: Perform this procedure with little or no fuel in the tank.
5
Step 3: Use a T-27 Torx bit to unthread the four screws securing the starter.
6
Step 4: Remove the wire and boot from the spark plug.
7
Step 5: Unthread the five screws securing the engine cover.
8
Step 6: Pry off the cover which may require some effort.
9
Step 7: Set the leaf blower on its side.
10
Step 8: Unthread the four screws securing the fuel tank retainer.
11
Step 9: Set the fuel tank and retainer aside.
12
Step 10: Unthread the screw securing the ignition coil cover.
13
Step 11: Detach the cover.
14
Step 12: Rotate the flywheel magnets away from the ignition coil.
15
Step 13: Unthread the ignition coil mounting screws.
16
Step 14: Disconnect the grounding wire and remove the grommet.
17
"Step 15: Free the spark plug wire from the channel. "
18
Step 16: Use a small amount of liquid dish soap to lubricate the spark plug boot.
19
Step 17: Pull the boot off of the wire and remove the terminal.
20
Step 18: Fully remove the old ignition coil.
21
Step 19: Prepare the new ignition coil for installation by transferring the wire sleeve from the old ignition coil to the new one.
22
Step 20: Feed the wire under the carburetor.
23
Step 21: Align the terminal on the wire and use pliers to help insert the end of the terminal thorugh the insulation.
24
Step 22: Slide on the spark plug boot.
25
Step 23: Connect the grounding wire to the new coil and slide on the grommet.
26
Step 24: Position the ignition coil and thread the screws loosely.
27
Step 25: Insert a business card between the coil and flywheel then rotate the flywheel to align the magnets with the coil.
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Step 26: Tighten the screws and remove the card.
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Step 27: Confirm the spark plug wire and grounding wire are fully inserted in the channel.
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Step 28: Reposition the ignition coil cover and thread the screw.
31
Step 29:Realign the retainer on the fuel tank.
32
Step 30: Reposition the assembly on the frame.
33
Step 31: Confirm the washers are in place on the screws then thread the four screws to secure the retainer.
34
Step 32: Reposition the engine cover.
35
Step 33: Thread and tighten the screws.
36
Step 34: Reattach the wire and boot to the spark plug.
37
"Step 35: Realign the starter, making sure the pulley engages with the starter pawls. "
38
Step 36: Thread the screws to secure the assembly.
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Step 37: Refill the fuel tank if necessary.
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Congratulations! Your leaf blower should be ready for use.

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