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Spark plugs have no spark

The spark plugs in my 2004 Triumph Daytona 600 have no spark. The are slightly dirty, but not mangled or broken. I was looking for some possible causes and or fixes. Thanks

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You need to check the Coil first and if you have fire there you will need to check the stater (not starter). and just start moving back to your battery, but chances are it will be you coil.

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