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Please Help I am pulling my hair out now!!!

I have a w reg (2000) speedfight 1 liquid cooled.I removed thge engine so I could get the crank seals changed but when I got it back and put the engine back on I was unable to get a spark. I have changed everything except for the stator and pickup but I am still not able to get a spark. I have checked the coil for resistance values and they seem to be correct. Any help with this would be very greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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  • robert711 Mar 09, 2009

    ory tmake of the bike they did not have peugeot to choose from.

  • robert711 Mar 09, 2009

    I figured it out it was the stator the bike is running sweet now


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The stator sounds like it has been damaged best to get a ccheap replacement online

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If able, can you " burn out" Johnny's oil by riding all day? Does more oil get in the crank? If Johnny is not the culprit then the engine will need to be torn down. The need is to find the sealing problem and then fix it.

Please rate this solution. Thanks clarkbd!

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