Question about Yamaha DT 125 RE Motorcycles
Is the kill switch in the off position? Don't laugh, I've had motorcycles brought in the back of trucks and this was all that was wrong! Assuming that this was a sudden failure, there's a possibility that the ignition module has failed. First action should be to try a brand new plug in case yours has carbon shorted. If no spark, you need to check the integrity of all the wires in the ignition system. Did you do any work to the bike that might have disturbed a connector? Did you pull on any wiring to get at something else you were working on? Check the fuzes are OK. If you have a pal with the same bike, switch ignition modules with him. You cannot hurt the other module by trying this as long as you have not done something really silly to your bike's wiring.
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
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