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I need to find a wiring diagram for the ignition.

I changed my ignition and now I'm not getting sparks to my spark plugs.

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    When you say "I changed my ignition", what exactly did you do?

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Http://rtcdesign.com/gsx600f_manual/GSX600F.pdf this is a shortcut to a free service manual download if you own a katana you should think about joining www.katriders.com it is very helpful there are a lot of knowledgeable people there and it costs nothing to join. hope this helps.

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