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Will not fire!!! I have put stator,coil, plug, cdi box & still no fire!!! Check wiring, what's left? I was wondering about that diode by the handle bars, Should the diode be a open or closed circuit???? Thinking out loud!!!! Thanks

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Diodes are a one way circuit ( a sort of non return valve so to speak for electricity) IF it is good it will be continuous circuit one way and an open circuit the other . You ,mention handle bars so I take it that you are talking motor bike. There is a kill switch on the handle bars that is an emergency stop for the engine and it is very easy to turn it off when manouvering the bike . Check this is on or there will be no ignition circuit.

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Check #2 injector for proper operation. If thats ok, test the Distributor assembly and crank sensor for proper operation. These components control fuel and spark timing!!

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