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No spark My 2002 truimph bonny won't start, it turns over but has no spark. I have power to the ignition coil but no power on the other side. So i replaced the coil it fired one pop then went back to having no spark. Any ideas?

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  • rchapman24 May 11, 2010

    have you changed plug wires and plugs ?

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Sound like it could be the stater or pulse coil

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It sounds like you might need to clean your points. I don't know this exact bike but this should fix your problem. You'll need to remove your Dis. Cap and you will see them. They work off of a cam and you could move them with a screw driver manually to see if your spark plug is sparking. (make sure the key is off) Then take some very fine sand paper and clean where they make connection. Then check it again.

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