Question about 2000 Alfer VR 2000 Supermoto
Connect your tester to the big thick spark plug lead and crank the engine. You should see a nice big fat blue spark. If you don't disconnect the engine kill button. If there still is no spark you will need to determine if the engine has points or electronic ignition. Most (but not all !) bikes built before 1980 have points ignition. Most bikes built after 1980 (but not all !) have some sort of electronic ignition system. If in doubt pull one of the crank end covers (Usually 2-3 screws) and look ! If you have a battery and coil points system see the points page If you have a points magneto system see the Magneto page. If you have an electronic ignition system see the electronic ignition page. ,,,
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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