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Ignition I have a yamaha FZ6 with points ignition and it will only spark part of the time when you kick it over. I've had it run but it would only run for about 5 seconds.

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  • Gorggg Jan 16, 2009

    I have a difficult time getting it to start. yellow spark and it will run about 5 seconds and then appears to flood itself or can this be the yellow (Weak)spark? I have a points igniiton and they are correctly gapped. George

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What troubleshooting measures have you tryed so far? Cleaned and gapped the pionts? Check all the wiring connections for tightness and corrosion, check the wires for continuity, check the high tension lead to the plug and change the plug.

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