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Bike has no spark (W) reg

Has been serviced @ All Bikes (Wton)
turns over lights ok
Do you know if you can get diagnostics for laptop.to connect to bike system.

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Steve

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There is no laptop for this bike it sounds like somthing has come unpluged check that the coils are pluged in and that the ht leads fit in tho the plug cap ok if that is ok check the pick up wire is pluged in follow the wire comming out of the right hand engine cover were the clutch cable ends follow the wire up to a rubber boot ita bit tite but you should be able to see with a torch that the plug is pluged in the wire colors are yellow/white and white/yellow

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double posted to wrong forum,
if you are serious with DIY work, why not buy the FSM for your bike
and read the page called spark generation.
its all there. read it,
you never posted make, model , year or engine, nor country sold.
so there will be no answers, and for sure on Truck forum.
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the old bikes can have 2 parts, a CKP sensor and a coil.
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1. FUEL: in order to validate your not getting fuel spray some starting fluid into the air cleaner and hit the starter button, if it fires up and runs for a few seconds then you know you have a fuel delivery issue. Multi carbs bank should be bench "SYNC"
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