Question about Harley Davidson FXST Softail Standard Motorcycles
Test the connections on the coil to see if you've voltage to the coil. If so, disconnect the single wire from one end of the coil and make a jumper wire go back on it. connect the wire to the stud on the coil and then momentarily ground the the other end of the wire. When you take the wire loose from the ground, you should see a spark at the coil. If so, it sounds like the sensor down in the "nosecone" of the engine is bad.
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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