Question about 1999 Suzuki GSX 600 F (Katana)
Before i changed the plugs the 2 inside exhausts were cold and the 2 outside ones were hot after i drove it.it was driving very bad there was no power in it.all it would do was 60 mph in top gear
Obviously your no2&3 cylinders are dead.Take a new spark plug and stick it in the no2 plug cap.Touch the spark plug's tread to a bolt or nut on the engine and crank it.If you don't see spark on the spark's nose (which you most likely will), repeat procedure to no3 cylinder's spark plug cap.Both plugs are part of No 2 coil. The No1 coil feeds cylinders #1 & #4 cylinders.Find or borrow another pair, mostly all suzukis from that era, uses the same coils.If you see spark with the replacement, just means your one ignition coil is bad and you buy new oneIf you still don't see spark with the replacement coil, then the problem lies to your ECU.
Posted on Feb 07, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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