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Changed the ecm and stator but still no spark

Changed ecm and the stator and still no spark could there be a relay im missing

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Have you checked the safety switches? There may be one at the kick stand and another at the clutch. If either is broken or has a wire disconnected, it will keep the bike from starting.

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