Question about Suzuki Motorcycles
Is there a sure way to test the cdi units without having manufacture tools and testing equipment. A DIY or mickey mouse way to test these units. They are expensive and would not want to be wrong when condemning the unit. @
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Suzuki DR 125 Service Manual
Posted on Apr 23, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The only way to test this unit is to take it off and bring it inn to a dealer that has the proper testing equipment but more often will haft to be sent into the manafacture of the CDI unit to be tested if it is working properly. Unfortunanlty the equipment to test the CDI unit is extremely expensive and most small dealers dont carry the equipment to test all these different units besides yours. The only way to do this is to get the unit to the proper testing equipment. Unfortunantly you will haft to toake there word for it but usually if this fails the bike will run erracticlly or not at all. Good luck.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
when you look at the cdi you should se a recess in the corner just a small little recess , enough for a small drill bit to fit , drill the small nipple located in the recess
and i am no expert , just persistent at researching the net
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
SOURCE: yz125 no spark
G'day i am a . YZ 125 j ...lets see now! You could perform these tests yourself.Check your plug CAP,if in doubt replace it with a new one. Take the below ohm figures and see if they match up. Pulse coil: white/blue and white/red= 310 ohms. low speed coil: Green/white and Black/red= 900 ohms. high speed coil: Green/blue and black= 55 ohms. hope this has helped in some way to helping you solve your problem.If it has please leave feed back.Ride hard , see ya,Tabbycat
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
There is a way to test a CDI box but you will have to take it to a shop that has the equipment to do this. I own a motorcycle/Atv repair shop and I don't own one cause they cost allot and I can't justify getting one.
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
SOURCE: burned up cdi unit,replaced with
Were you using the winch when it failed?
Apparently winch wiring issues tend to take out the CDI......
heres just one case...
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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