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I have a kawasaki zx9r..i remove the spark plug to verify if there is sparks,i touch it on the chasis but there was no spark at all..so what can be the problem guys?????

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The coil sounds bad to me.

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hi there have just fixed a mates bike tonite who had a spark on only one plug so what i did was take out all the plugs and with a small file i gently cleaned all the plug tops is an easy enough job so cleaned them all checked for fowling ie black spark heads oily heads or maybe a strong smell of petrol from the plugs these can indicate a problem with the mix fuel oil ratio but when the guy i helped drove off with all the plugs cleaned his bike started fine idled fine and sounded lovely lol is an easy job and try this first before buying new plugs hope this helps

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Go here and download a shop manual. It's the first thing I do before I work on any bike. Then I burn a copy of it on a CD and give it to the customer.http://www.tradebit.com/G/manuals/9-motorcycle

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