Question about 2002 Yamaha TT-R 250
This bike has been sitting down in our shed for about 5 years. I got it out and found the cylinder had melted due to NO OIL! After boring and installing a new piston I have the motor back in the bike but it will not spark. I have gone over the wires and they all seem to be well connected.
I am not too handy with the multi-meter, but i did try to test Ohms on the ignition coil. and it gave similar results as an ignition coil off of our running 4-wheeler. I tried to test for a sign that the magneto was working and it shows signs on the multimeter. (though i don't know what to look for)
I do have the service manual for it, but am just not having any luck.
Any Ideas? Suggestions? Thank you very much
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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