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Plug does not spark, wil not start.

I assembly a 132R but their is no fire going to plug. Did I put coil wrong in or is their something wrong with wiring. Do you a drawing about it.

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There is very little wireing to get wrong on this machine however diss connect all the wires from the unit, set the air gap between the unit and the flywheel to 0.3mm and crank the engine with the plug out and earthed against the cylinder, do you now have a spark if no then it is a bad unit, if yes the wireing to the switch is bad, or the switch itself is bad.

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Go to a bike wreckers (dismantlers) and source yourself another coil and spark plug lead assembly and refit.

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