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Unable to test. Must verify other components in system, if they are all in spec. Than it's down to cdi.
Posted on Oct 03, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: no spark
It sounds to me like the repair shop has connected the ignition wire ( the wire going to the + side of the coil ) to the wrong switch terminal. Take a volt ohm meter and connect the ground wire to the negitive ( - ) side of the battery and expose the ignition switch terminals. With the switch in the OFF position check for volatge on all the terminals. Make note of any terminals showing a 12 volt reading. That is probably the feed line from your battery. Turn the switch to the ON or RUN position and check for a terminal other than the one which gave you a reading before. note and mark this terminal. Locate the coil. There are 2 thin ( 18 guage ) wires attached to the coil. One goes to the distributer and the other goes to the ignition switch. Isolate that wire and reattach it to the connection on the ignition switch you marked earlier...
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
SOURCE: im having the same problem
Here is your part, I believe it is number 8. I hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
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