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What would cause no fire from coils on a 1987 Honda CBR 600?

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It could be several things.Could be a bad pick-up coil,Could be a bad cdi .Or you could have a wiring problem.You will have to check all saftey componets. Clutch switch, neutral switch,Kick stand switch.Hope this helps

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Iam working on a Honda cbr 600 2005. It was running and quit. Ihave repaced the computor and still no fire to the plugs.Have swapped #1 coil with #4 still no fire. The cam sensor appers to have...

Hi and welcome to FixYa,

A couple of initial checks:
  • 2nd 10A fuse in the fuse box;
  • IGN +12 on black/white wires going to the ignition coils;
  • IGN +12 on black wire going to the ignition control module;
  • IGN +12 on black/yellow and black white wires of the engine stop switch;
  • pulsing low AC voltage from the ignition pulse generator (white/yellow and yellow wires);
  • start with the sidestand folded up and/or the clutch pulled in.

Good luck and thank you for asking FixYa.

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