Question about 2004 Yamaha PW 80
My pw80 has 2 wires only off the stator and no pulse reader at all it is an early 80"s model. I have a good kick of the red & black wire but can not find a diagram of how to wire a cdi @
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Posted on Jun 29, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi mate. the cdi was changed in 1995 to accomadate a thottle sensor.pre 1995 the cdi was a square item. post 95 there tapered..
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
I have a 83 DR 250 and i'm not getting enough voltage to create a spark, all I can suggest is that you check your battery and make sure its at full flavour. Check and see if you are getting any voltage prior to the ignition coil (should be 18-35v). If you suspect battery then try clutching it as the alternator moving faster might give you enough to get her going. Also check all your connections and earths. Earth wires are often overlooked and can cause you just as many problems as the actives. So give that a go and get back to me mate. Cheers
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
Hmm, something has been changed at some stage.
All wires should be of same colour combo's.
Best guess is three wires from cdi go directly to magneto, whilst the fourth is for the coil. However your configuration suggest a different cdi unit is being used, the site below has a diagram of your bikes standard electrics, unfortunately not color coded.
Normally, it cannot be wired incorrectly as male/female and color wires determine correct connections. Find out the origins of the parts and seek the application for the color of each wire, ie: color wire for primary source, pulse coil, earth, etc. Transfer this info to the colors from your magneto, Goodluck and cheers.
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
SOURCE: I have a ssr 110
This is very difficult to help with, without being there in person. What is the Make / Model of the flywheel kit you purchased?
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Posted on Sep 13, 2010
Do you have a teather switch ? I would suggest start by checking the resistance of the on off switch . Then procede to the cdi relay. If you do not know how to test such items let me know and I will break it down step by step.
Posted on Oct 17, 2013
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