Question about 2001 Suzuki DR-Z 400 SE
Follow the leads that exit the crankcase from below carby area and thoroughly check all these connections to CDI unit and Rectifier and Ignition Coil. The wires also then follow thru' engine kill switch and lighting switch, others go to tail and brakelight switch. Are the wires being pinched at head stem or within handlebar switches. If all wiring/swithes and connections are in good order, you have some issues with your stator coils or pick-up coil inside left engine cover and behind the rotor, or the CDI unit. With some luck, the Rectifier or Ignition Coil may be guilty as these are relatively cheap to replace compared to stator coils and CDI. Get an auto. elec. multi meter check done. The Service Manual (info can be asked from Suzi dealer) has the Ohms resistance parameters to test against. Goodluck, and Cheers.
Posted on May 12, 2010
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