Question about 2000 Triumph TT 600
Look up on the coil. Maybe the producer put some numbers on the coils. If not, search for the ignition coils and if them are in line like cylinders. If so, that mean are a lot of chances that left cilynder is with the left coil, then the next cilynder is with the next coil and so on.
Anyway, if you put the ignition coil in a wrong way you won't do anything bad to the bike. The only thing will happen is that the bike won't start or will start and run wery weird. In that case stop the bike and change the coils to another cilynder. If your bike will start and run bad that mean you have 2 cilynders working ( I doubt that a 4 cilynder engine could start in one cylinder ) and two of them not. You could find which ones are working by searching the heat on the exhaust manifold ( where the pipes are coming out of the engine ) but not touching them and the hot pipes are from working ones, so all you have to do is to change the coils from the cold cilynders between them. Hope it helped. Please reply.
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