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My 99 cbr 900 has no spark from plugs. Replaced the plugs and coil pack and still nothing. Wondering what coils ran what plugs to be sure connected properly. Battery seems fine. Have a cdi box on the way but also wondering if I should be hearing a fuel pump when I turn the key on?

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I had the same problem on my 97 fireblade it was the rectifier (voltage regulater), try unpluging it and see what happens it is located under the rear plastics it has fins on it too help keep it cool and should have 3 yellow wires, 1 green and 1 red on the plug

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