Kohler Kseries coils work just the same as the Tec coils. I bought a genuine Kohler coil off Amazon for $68 this spring...or last fall. Can’t remember.
I believe that you can replace the system with an electronic ignition and never look back. Do a search, I think you want to use parts for a Chevy Nova.Sorry. Tecumseh HH100 is the engine. Points system.
I've used the Nova II module to eliminate points on singe cylinder engines. When I started doing it the Nova II modules were $12 at my small engine shop. I think they are up to $16. It's pretty easy to do. If the points are under the fly wheel it's best to run the module out from under it. Follow the plug wire out. If you can mount it on the outside of the engine it's better. The cooler the better.I believe that you can replace the system with an electronic ignition and never look back. Do a search, I think you want to use parts for a Chevy Nova.
Haven't done this myself (don't own anything that old), but have come across lots of posts here at MTF describing this.
Hope this helps.
Thanks, I actually enjoyed it a lot. Every one has talents, and one of mine is I can look at a straight line and duplicate it. I cut two shelves around the pond, one for the potted plants to set on, and one to build the stone wall on. I was showing off and put a 4' level on one shelf, I had to put a quarter under one end to make the bubble sit perfect. I like doing that, it's something I do well, and am proud of. My wife kept yelling at my nephew to help me. Every place he tried to cut the shelf in, was sloped down hill, away from the wall, and made stacking the stone harder. Some times good intent makes more work in the long run. Turned out my nephew had a very good eye at stacking the stone once I showed him how to make it slope back into the wall. So, he did a bunch of the stone work. My son, who has arms bigger than my legs, wound up carrying most of the stone. I could just point in the general direction and he knew exactly which stone I wanted. If every one was just left to do what they do best, things went well. Unfortunately for me, cutting all those straight lines, meant I did most of the shovel work, JoeWow, that is beautiful. Nice work!
I was deleting pics and found these. maybe you can see how the Nova works.I wish I knew how it worked When I bought my first snowblower, about 20 years ago (a Simplicity from the 70s, I think), it had no spark. But the seller included a Nova electronic ignition kit.
I just blindly followed their directions, and magically it worked I was amazed and thrilled.