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No Spark on Kawasaki KL250 Super Sherpa

I touched the wrong wires together at the ignition switch of my Super Sherpa, the red and brown wires. There was a spark at th ewires then the spark plug would not spark. checked the fuses, stator and CDI box. What else can it be or can it likely be? I bought the bike cheap from the insurance company since it was a recovered stolen bike which was beat pretty bad. i spent way more than annticipated on it (new top end ..etc) so I don't want to pop another $60 for a manual from the Kawasaki dealer. Any help would be apreciated. A copy of the service manual pages pertaining to electrical trouble shooting would be fabulous.

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Im having the same problem. any luck so far?

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Check the fuel pump relay first, take it out and check the pins. If they are discolored at all, I would replace it. You can clean up those pins and try it, and make sure the female spring clips are tight too.

There is a hot wire straight to the pump but it's usually a real PITA to find. It's in the big harness leaving the under hood fuses, running under the brake booster.

next you check fuel pressure make sure,pump is working correctly
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