Question about 1972 Yamaha DT 360
Get an id puller, take off the flywheal,check the key and keyways.Check the condencer and points, make sure the points move freely and are not worn
off. cost you $20, off ebay often less, to get both points and condence,wich should give you good spark.
Posted on Sep 08, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Problem could be a few different things. Not sure on all the ignition parts on that bike, but could be a bad sparkplug cap, wire, coil or magneto. My recommendation would be to first take the spark plug cap off. Trim a bit off the wire and put the cap back on. Over time spark plug caps move quite a bit and wear out the wire inside cause a weak connection.
Posted on May 26, 2011
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