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No power at the coil

Hey ok so my bike would not start so i cheked fire at the plug and there was none so i checke if the coil was getting power i checked the batter fuse and it was good were els should i look???

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  • David Shaub May 11, 2010

    Check the wire TO the spark plug. It could have a loose connection.

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Magneto is bad more than likely

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The 'wire to the coil' that you mentioned could be the problem! (They ain't meant to be taken apart.)

You see, these things are built and operate as a unit, and must be replaced as such.....

Go to a bike wreckers (dismantlers) and source yourself another coil and spark plug lead assembly and refit.

Then, as long as you have a good battery, spark at the plug, and fuel, the old thang should fire up and run OK......

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