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Yes , often times when electrical components are going bad , they start work until they hit a certain temperature then they quit. Most common items that quit with heat are pulsar pick-up coils , charge coils in the stator, CDI boxes, and ignition coils. Everything can be tested with a voltage meter accept the CDI box. The CDI box can test good and still be bad. You have to eliminate everything else first.

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