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My 1999 road king lost the front cylinder coming back from street vibrations. I removed the tank and found the throttle cable had worn through the coil harness. The blue wire with the orange tracer shorted out on the cable. I repaired the short but still get no spark form the coil to #1 cylinder. I've ohmed the wire from the ecm to the coil and it is fine. I suspect either the ecm or the coil. Any way to isolate which it may be?

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I would change the coil first sence they are cheeper than the ECM.

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