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No spark I have one of these motorcycles and have tried everything to get a spark from the ignition, I have replace coil, wire, plug, battery and jumped a new cdi box as well as a new alarm system. Still o spark and it is only reading 1 volt where the voltage goes into the the coil.

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CHECK SAFETY SWITCHES KICK STAND IS NOTORIOUS FOR THIS AND MAKE SURE YORE CONNECTIONS AND FUSES ARE GOOD NEUTRAL SWITCH ALSO CAN AND DOES GO BAD AND THE CLUTCH SWITCH

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  • leejewel Apr 22, 2011

    Friend of mine said don't jump and try to bypass the cdi box. You may have fried it and burnt it out.

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9. Faulty ignition switch.
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