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How dos the rubber come off the spark plug lead. i am not getting a spark and was told to take it off.

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Do not remove the rubber from your spark plug wires. This is the only thing insulating it from the bike. If you are not getting spark, check for power at the coil, check the pickup, then the CDI box.

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