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New stator, cdi and still no spark on my 2006 kx250f

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  • bsicindustri Sep 27, 2009

    no power to the coil from the cdi but the cdi is new and so is the stator. Wiring all looks fine and still have no spark with killswitch enabled and ground to frame.

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Must be the coil then buddy or a wore cable or even the switch disconnect the switch and try it get back to me

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