Question about 1993 Harley Davidson XLH Sportster 883
Posted by Anonymous on
Hi anonymous, don't quite know what your asking but if you think your coil might be bad their is a way you can check it with an ohm meter. Remove the coil and set the ohm meter to Rx1 scale and touch the two meter leads together the meter should read zero. Then touch the meter leads to the brass posts that the pink and white wires were connected to, the meter should read 2.5--3.1 ohms. Next set the meter to Rx1K scale and touch the leads in the spark plug cable holes the meter should read 10,000--12,500 ohms any readings outside these numbers replace the coil, if you find any cracks on the coil replace it. If the coil checks out ok then re-intall it with both pink wires on one post and both white wires on the other, it does not matter which post you put the wires on as long as the same color wires go on, the same post. Good luck
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