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No spark at plugs but power to the coils

I have a problem with a 1987 nc24. i have power to the low tension side of the coils, but nothing coming out of the power end. i dont know this type of machine very well and any help would be appreciated. what and where is the pulse generator and how do i test the ignition system.
many thanks. steve

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If you have power going in but nothing coming out.replace ignition coil as far as the pulse generator that is located by the stator coil it sends the signal to the ignition coil when to fire

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