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1989 yamaha breeze no power to coil or cdi box i took off regulator and was going to get new one but not sure if thats problem how do i know what the problem is i need a checklist

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I have a 2006 yamaha bruin 350. The other my son jumped started my daughters atv and it burned his ground wire up. Now have no fire goin to the coil. any suggestions

I am sure you have replaced the ground wire. Start checking everything from the battery on. Make sure all fuses are good. Sounds like it was jumped from a car, worse thing you can do especially it it is running. Could just be the coil. If not, cdi possible too. Are you getting power to all of your lights and everything now just no spark? If you can find a donor coil to check, make sure all of your grounds are good to the motor too. Google for testing specs on that model for the cdi.

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The CDI box could be bad or the coil could be breaking down so maybe a new coil would fix you up they only run around 20$ cdi box on the other hand can cost an easy 100$ or better you might also try changing the oil but make sure to buy kinda thick oil cause it's cold out

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