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I have a 1990 kx 250, just had the top and bottom end done. Rode it for four hours and it died! Replaced the cdi box with new one, replaced the coil and stator and I still have no spark'

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Chec battery-must always be at 12.6volts-any lower and bike wont function--inspect connections for corrosion--also make sure carb and fuel delivery are correct

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yes, you are correct, those are the two pieces that could solve your problem, but i would go first for your cdi, you may choose to have it tested first also, before you jump out to buy a new one.

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SOURCE: sometimes fires sometimes doesnt

The side stand kill switch can go bad and do this. Check the switch with an Ohm meter. Also, check the wiring harness connections. Fix any loose connections. Check the handlebar kill switch. It can go bad also.

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SOURCE: Replaced stator, brand new battery, died after 10k ride

sounds if regulator is not working or poor connections within charging circuit

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SOURCE: no spark

hi mate anything coming from the stator plate is ok check kill switch is opening ok and closing it could be nroken good luck also think about replacing plug

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SOURCE: i have a 1990 CDI-box and need to know whate wire

Have fun, I don't know why it can't be as simple as just install the part and put it back together. You will have to swap wires around until you find the right combination.
Hope this helps.

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With a bike that is 35 years old lots of things could be the problem. I will list what to look for in a "most likely" sequence but with a mind to some of the easy things to check first.
  • Got gas and is it turned on? Clean air filter?
  • Have a buddy kick the starter while you look for spark.
  • Assuming no spark, How good is your battery? Fuses good? Kill switch on or shorted to the bars or elsewhere?
  • carb, head, intake manifold and carb mounted tight?
  • Does the carb intake manifold have reeds? What condition are they in?
  • I don't recall for sure, does the bike have CDI? If so, have the dealer test it and the coil.
  • If no CDI, when was the last time the points and condenser were replaced or points filed and set? Get the coil checked.
  • Remove the flywheel cover. Take hold of the flywheel and, without turning the wheel, lift the flywheel up and down then left and right. Any movement or was the flywheel rock solid? If movement then the crank bearings need replaced along with the crank seals.
  • Speaking of crank seals, how old are your seals? The bike ain't gonna run with bad seals.
This is a pretty good list of things that should keep you busy for a few hours. Wish I were there to help. It's been a long time since I serviced an old Yamaha 250. I was a shop mechanic for ten years.

Let me know what you find out.
Please rate this answer. Thanks Brandon!

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