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I have no spark was riding 50 mph and bike shut off the end it a 02 road king police ,im getting power to control modual ! when i unplug the coil plug i get power to 1 wire while cranking ,i have fuel pressure,not sure where to go is it the ecm?

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1 ,plugs can breakdown and track to earth,2,the ecm does not like too much heat and can switch itself off,3,the ignition leads can track to earth,4,a connection can work loose .I used a 92 883 sporter hugger in spain for 10,000miles and had a few connections come loose.Ive been biking for 49 yrs and owned 38 bikes.and now building a 82 yam xj650 trike,ken

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