Question about 2004 Yamaha YZ 250 F
I have a 2000 yzf 600 that was wrecked. the stator cover was all broke and the stator looks kinda damaged. I was trying to start the bike and ther was no fire. I traced power all the way to the ignition coils and it was there. Thought it was bad ignition coil since when i was not recieving any fire and new the wires to the ignition coil was hot.. replaced coil and still no power. is the stator required for the bike to fire?
The stator is a magnet that passes over coils. This generates the electrical current that is then amplified by the coil to create a spark. yes the stator is needed to create the fire.
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
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