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mtd-951-10646A-Snowblower Engine Ignition Coil
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Snowblower Engine Ignition Coil 951-10646A

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Part #951-10646A

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$66.57 | 
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MTD, Craftsman

Part Information

This ignition coil (part number 951-10646A) is for snowblower engines.

Ignition coil 951-10646A attaches on the side of the flywheel and produces the electrical charge to the spark plug.

Wear work gloves to protect your hands when installing this part.

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Reviews

1-4 of 4 reviews
Joe the mechanic
DesmoinesReviews 1Votes 0
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• 3 years ago
Joe the mechanic• 3 years ago
Easy to lnstall

Not difficult if your not a moron. My fingers got cold. That all

Zeke that’s my nickname
Onsted MiReviews 1Votes 1
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• 3 years ago
Zeke that’s my nickname• 3 years ago
Easy

Perfect fit, unlike the $15 one I purchased first online with same part number that wouldn’t bolt on! Wouldn’t make that mistake again! Thanks!

Bill
Springfield PaReviews 1Votes 0
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• 4 months ago
Bill• 4 months ago
Prompt service

The correct part was delivered quickly. There was a lot of disassembly of the snow blower needed to install the new part which I thought was fairly complex.

Response from Sears PartsDirect:
sm • 4 months ago

Hello. We are so glad to hear you had a positive experience with Sears!! We greatly appreciate your feedback. Thank you for choosing Sears!

mebryantlaw
Toledo, OHReviews 4Votes 0
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• 3 years ago
mebryantlaw• 3 years ago
Not easy, but straightforward.

There was quite a bit more work involved than I thought. I had to remove the shroud, the muffler cover and exhaust pipe, the gas tank, and the pull start mechanism. The magnetos on the coil itself are adjustable, so I had to be very careful to align them just right. Winding the coil wires back through everything was tedious. However, it only took one try to get it apart, repaired and back together, and it started up the first try. In all, it was time consuming (about 3 hours) but straightforward. No special skills necessary. If you can turn a wrench and a screwdriver, you can do this.

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