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TCI module getting fried... too much current but not sure why.... yamaha xv 250 2010 vstar


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No spark at the plugs, Have traced it to the TCI Box, has new stator and the single pick-up


You've covered all the bases for sure, and I know it stings to buy a new tci because you own it whether it's the problem or not, aside from running your wires and being sure your switches are good.
There's no general way to test cdi-tci- "brain boxes", sooooooo, I wish you the best.
P.S. Buying these from ebay or even amazon, bikebandit.com etc is WAY cheaper than a dealership

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Trying to find TCU for automatic transmission,


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Check the ignition timing on my 1995 Virago xv 535 sg bike


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Only getting fire out of one coil


okay...these are general to Yamaha igniter systems...
so bike is in neutral...shows neutral, kill switch on...
Test each plug cap with a new spark plug...if one or more getting no spark....
Unhook the pickup coil harness and test the resistance (the P U coils located in left front crankcase cover with stator. If resistance tests out fine, ensure the connector is clean and connect.
Now test that both ignition coil packs primary and secondary resistances are within spec.
Verify the ignition coil packs are getting battery voltage to the primary terminal (often a red/white wire).
Ensure the igniter (the ignition black box) also called TCI is getting battery voltage on its supply.
Ensure all connectors clean to TCI.
The only other issue may be the interlocks are trying to shut down ignition....typically a black/white wire from the igniter goes to sidestand relay, tip over switch....both shut down ignition by grounding the control side of the TCI...could be they are partially grounding allowing minimal ignition..

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It not geting any spark new coils also


I would test the plug wires and plugs first to make sure the fire from the coils is actually reaching the plugs. Then check the ignition switch to make sure your getting a complete circuit. IF this si not the problem, have your stator checked. It is the piece that goes around the crankshaft, and produces electricity for the bikes systems. If you need additional insight, provide additional information, and I will try to help you further. Thank you for calling on FixYa.com.

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On my 2001 CHRYSLER TCI today the wipers begAN TO


most wiper motors are now equiped with a circuit board, when those circuit boards go out, you wipers will work as they please

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Theres no spark


Hi and welcome to FixYa,

A couple of initial checks using a voltmeter:
  • IGN + 12VDC on the red/white wires going to the ignition coils and the TCI;
  • pulsating voltage on the orange and gray wires coming from the TCI going to the ignition coils when starting;
  • ensure that the black wire is tied to the ground;
  • low pulsating voltage between orange & black and the gray & black coming from the pick-up cil connector going to the TCI when starting.

Postback results of tests.

Good luck and thank you for asking FixYa. Happy Holidays.

Dec 16, 2009 | 1985 Yamaha XJ 700 S Maxim

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