Question about Polaris ATV
Well first of all check for power at the coil on both sides. If you have power going in and none coming out then the coil is most likely bad. If there is no power going in to the coil then the cdi is probably the faulty component. With the coil, to confirm that it is bad check the primary and secondary windings and see what they read, compare that to spec and it will tell you if it is bad. Please post comments for more help or information........
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