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Any one got a picture of cdi unit 32900 43400 in susuki 550 1984 in situ on bike showing what coulered wire goes where ?

Plugs missing on bike

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  • bob storm Jan 10, 2013

    thanks for your tips but need an actual piucture of the wires into pluc

  • bob storm Jan 10, 2013

    sorry will try again wiring diagram does not show where the coulered wires are in the plugs if any one can dont want to want to put the wrongcoulers to the wrong pins on the cdi

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Go to this site and you can download a free PDF service manual.
www.carlsalter.com/motorcycle-manuals.asp The manual for your bike is there. It covers 1994 to 1997 bikes. Normally there is a wiring diagram in the back of repair manuals. Other than that, the wires should be color coded. Just match up the colors.


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SOURCE: please help I have a 1980's model susuki dr 250

I have a 83 DR 250 and i'm not getting enough voltage to create a spark, all I can suggest is that you check your battery and make sure its at full flavour. Check and see if you are getting any voltage prior to the ignition coil (should be 18-35v). If you suspect battery then try clutching it as the alternator moving faster might give you enough to get her going. Also check all your connections and earths. Earth wires are often overlooked and can cause you just as many problems as the actives. So give that a go and get back to me mate. Cheers

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