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When i got the bike it wasnt running .it had no coils ,no plugs .iv bought new ones and need to know what lead goes were from waht coil .

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  • Neil McRobbie Mar 23, 2011

    you need to specify make, year, model for your project.

  • bigrazz Mar 23, 2011

    its a 1983 yamaha xj900.thats a pre diversion.air cooled .

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The coil for the #1/4 spark plugs is mounted on the left side of the bike, and has the solid orange (ground) wire and the red-with-white-tracer-stripe (hot) wire input leading to it.

The coil for the #2/3 spark plugs is mounted on the right side of the bike, and has the solid grey (ground) wire and the red-with-white-tracer-stripe (hot) wire input leading to it.

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Hi,you havnt stated how many cylinders the bike has,,so if it is a twin,it dosnt matter which lead goes on either cylinder,,,now if it is a four cylinder the first coils leads go to 1 and 4 and the second coils leads go to 2 and 3

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