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I have power coming to the coil, pints but no spark. There is a new battery and coil in it so I`m stuck, please help

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Try a new spark plug cap and for that matter a new plug(wet fouling is common with ethanol fuel) should only cost about $5-$10. I have seen people reinstall points 3 or 4 times before they were able to get spark. make sure the points are installed correctly and not grounding out.

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Hi there I'm stuck I don't know how to check the


Sorry but they either work or they dont.
If yours isn't working, replace it.
But before you replce it consider checking the other components, because ign mods are exspensive.
it sounds like you've been already checking the other stuff. heres what i'd check if your bike came to my shop.
1. battery fully charged, and can take a load. (weak batteries = weak ign power)
i have a bike that won't fire at all with weak battery. Make sure battery is good.
2. check for spark at plugs, make sure plugs are good. Pull plugs and turn motor over.
rest plug next to head and turn over, do not touch the plug while turning over
or you can be shocked.look for spark.
if you have spark , then you ign mod is working.
if no spark, then check #3
3. power to coils. check the power going into coils,
if power but no spark, then coil is bad.
if no power. check #4
4. power to coils comes from a ignition system ( points/ cdi /ign. module)
there is a stator and a rotor. and a signal generator. on your motor
the signal generator wire sends a signal to the cdi, every time the rotor rotates.
the ignition system (ign.mod) sends power to coil.
so if no signal to the cdi, then signal generator is bad
if signal going into cdi but not sending the power to the coils then the cdi/ ign. mod is bad.

Hope that helps
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put a circuit tester on top of coil and turn the key to see if power is constants when key turned. If it cuts out then the key is wired up wrong somewhere. If that works, then check that power getting to distributor by leaving HT lead from coil attached to coil but unplugging from distributor. If no power there then the HT lead is stuffed. If that works, points should be checked. max gap should just fit a credit card width. Then condenser should be checked along with the HT leads to plugs and finally the plugs.

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Check the kill switches including the side stand switch, with an Ohmmeter. Good battery? Good fuses" All wires clean and with a solid connection? Check the loom. Any abraded wires? Check the operation of the ignition switch with a volt ohmmeter. Is the bike in neutral and the neutral light is lit up? Get new stock spark plugs.

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