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BIKE RAN GOOD BUT HAD BACK FIRE ONCE IN A WHILE REPLACED COIL RAN GOOD FOR 100 MILES SHUT IT OFF NOW HAVE NO SPARK TO PLUGS


Could be an ignition module. Check the coil first.

Check your pick-up sensor located inside the timing cover, behind the adjustor plate. If the filament is not intact you will have no spark.
A defective coil, cam position sensor, or stator will also cause a no spark condition.

First check for diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs). THEN check the condition of the battery and do a voltage test
and recharge the battery if it is below 12.60V. THEN check the condition and tightness of the battery connections
and perform either a conductance test or a load test and replace the battery if and as necessary. THEN remove the spark plug cable from one of the spark plugs and remove the plug and visually check the condition of the plug. THEN attach the HT cable to a SPARK TESTER and clip the tester to the cylinder head bolt and crank the engine over looking for spark and repeat the procedure on the other cylinder also. Be aware that the Engine will not spark with both spark plugs removed, so when checking for spark, use a SPARK TESTER with both plugs installed.

Ignition Coil Primary Circuit Test
Remove the coil. THEN set your ohmmeter scale to RX1 and place ohmmeter leads on the primary coil windings A (front of coil) to B (middle of coil), B to C (front of coil) and check for primary coil winding resistance which normal resistance range is 0.5-0.7 ohms. If primary resistance is not within this range check out test results below.

Ignition Coil Secondary Circuit Test
With the ignition coil removed from the motorcycle and the ohmmeter set to the RX1K scale place the ohmmeter leads on the secondary coil windings B (middle terminal) to
R (rear secondary terminal/socket), B to F (front secondary terminal/socket) and check for secondary coil winding resistance which normal resistance range will be 5.5-7.5K ohms. If secondary resistance is not within this range check out test results below.

Test Results
A low resistance value indicates a short in the coil winding which requires coil replacement.

A high resistance value might indicate that there is some corrosion/oxidation of the coil terminals requiring the coil terminals to be cleaned and the resistance test then repeated and if after the test is repeated the resistance is still high after the terminals were cleaned the coil must be replaced.
If there is an infinite ohms or no continuity) resistance value the coil is open and must be replaced.

May 13, 2014 | 2001 Harley Davidson XL 1200 S Sportster...

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Am/fm tuner no power


Try changing the cable/transformer for a new one. you should be able to find a new cable online easily enough, or maybe a friend has one you could borrow.

Try a different power outlet.
Make sure your multi-plug (if you're using one) is functional.
Try plunging something that you know works, in the outlet, to see if you have power at that plug.

Isolate your power supply from the mains switchboard.
Switch off and Unplug your appliance from the wall socket before attempting any repairs.
It could be a fuse in the Tuner, replace the fuse for a new one.

Get your Multi-meter and do some tests...
Test the flexible cord connections
Electrical tests included, visual inspection, Earth continuity, Polarity and Insulation resistance.

Examining cord for Damage
Disconnect flexible cord from power supply.
Check cord along the whole length for obvious damage

1: Visual Inspection
A visual test is necessary before using test instruments to ensure that all specific safety requirements are meet.
Check the general condition and safety of the cord, plug, cord anchorage, terminations and of the appliance itself.

2: Earth Continuity.
The earthing system of an electrical installation must be installed in a manner that will allow circuit protection devices to operate if there is a fault between live parts (other than Neutral) and the mass of earth.
What to check: For class (one) 1 protectively earthed appliances only, test for very low resistance between exposed appliance metalwork and the earth pin of the plug. this resistance should be as low as possible and must not exceed 1 ohm. Note: the Exposed metal parts of a class 2 double-insulated appliance must not be earthed.
Equipment requirements:
A Multimeter (Digital or analogue) Set on a ohm scale or an insulation tester that also has a continuity scale.
A set of leads.

3: Polarity
Why is this test necessary:
An incorrect connection of phase and neutral conductors to fittings and appliances is extremely dangerous and has been the cause, either directly or indirectly of many shocks and fatalities.
What to check:
Polarity tests are carried out to ensure that every single-pole switch operates in the active conductor or the circuit in which it is connected.
Equipment requirements:
A Multimeter (Digital or analogue) Set on the resistance scale when the SUPPLY is NOT connected.
or a voltage indicator set on a suitable voltage rating when the supply is not connected.

4: Insulation Resistance
Why this test is necessary:
All live conductors (including Neutrals) and live parts must be insulated to prevent - Electric shock hazards from inadvertent contact.
- Fire hazards and equipment damage from short circuits.
What to check:
Insulation resistance tests must be made between:
- Active conductors of a poly-phase circuit
- Active and Neutral
- Active and Earth
- Neutral and Earth
The insulation resistance between appropriate components shall be not less than 1 mega-ohm minimum
Equipment requirements:
An insulation resistance tester which maintains an output of 500 volts when loaded with a 1 mega-ohm resistance.
A set of leads.

Different countries adhere to spicific Electrical (safety) Regulations and standards

This information is only intended to enlighten the novice, guide and remind someone already in the field of electrical installations.
DO NOT attempt any electrical repairs unless you have the appropriate background or training.

Feb 10, 2014 | Sony Audio Players & Recorders

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How to replace power cable on hoover jc3157t


Check your power cord and power supply, check the plug is clean and free from corrosion or dirt.
Plug another appliance into the same socket to check there is power at the socket.

Note: Electricity can cause serious injury even Death.
Isolate your power supply from the mains switchboard.
Switch off and Unplug your appliance from the wall socket before attempting any repairs.

If its still under warranty, take it back to the store or manufacturer for replacement.
Call a serviceman to test the appliance for you,

If not you could...
Check your fuse in the device, you will have to dismantle the appliance. Some of them have a fuse to protect the motor.

Get your Multimeter and do some tests...
Test the flexible cord connections
Electrical tests included, visual inspection, Earth continuity, Polarity and Insulation resistance.

Examining cord for Damage
Disconnect flexible cord from power supply.
Check cord along the whole length for obvious damage

1: Visual Inspection
A visual test is necessary before using test instruments to ensure that all specific safety requirements are meet.
Check the general condition and safety of the cord, plug, cord anchorage, terminations and of the appliance itself.

2: Earth Continuity.
The earthing system of an electrical installation must be installed in a manner that will allow circuit protection devices to operate if there is a fault between live parts (other than Neutral) and the mass of earth.
What to check: For class (one) 1 protectively earthed appliances only, test for very low resistance between exposed appliance metalwork and the earth pin of the plug. this resistance should be as low as possible and must not exceed 1 ohm. Note: the Exposed metal parts of a class 2 double-insulated appliance must not be earthed.
Equipment requirements:
A Multimeter (Digital or analogue) Set on a ohm scale or an insulation tester that also has a continuity scale.
A set of leads.

3: Polarity
Why is this test necessary:
An incorrect connection of phase and neutral conductors to fittings and appliances is extremely dangerous and has been the cause, either directly or indirectly of many shocks and fatalities.
What to check:
Polarity tests are carried out to ensure that every single-pole switch operates in the active conductor or the circuit in which it is connected.
Equipment requirements:
A Multimeter (Digital or analogue) Set on the resistance scale when the SUPPLY is NOT connected.
or a voltage indicator set on a suitable voltage rating when the supply is not connected.

4: Insulation Resistance
Why this test is necessary:
All live conductors (including Neutrals) and live parts must be insulated to prevent - Electric shock hazards from inadvertent contact.
- Fire hazards and equipment damage from short circuits.
What to check:
Insulation resistance tests must be made between:
- Active conductors of a poly-phase circuit
- Active and Neutral
- Active and Earth
- Neutral and Earth
The insulation resistance between appropriate components shall be not less than 1 mega-ohm minimum
Equipment requirements:
An insulation resistance tester which maintains an output of 500 volts when loaded with a 1 mega-ohm resistance.
A set of leads.

Different countries adhere to spicific Electrical (safety) Regulations and standards

This information is only intended to enlighten the novice, guide and remind someone already in the field of electrical installations.
DO NOT attempt any electrical repairs unless you have the appropriate background or training.

Jan 04, 2014 | Hoover Vacuums

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I have a lighting cruiser electric bike i need an operators manual. I changed a tire and reassembled the rearend. when tested no go... all indicator lights lit and would not turn off by switch only when...


It sounds like you have either not re-connected the wiring correctly or have damaged a cable. Sometimes a pin in a connector can be unseated and may need to be pushed back in to seat fully. Double check that the connectors are correctly/fully mated and that there is no damage to the wiring.

Aug 15, 2013 | Electric Cycling

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No tension on proform 215 csx upright bike


tention belt or spring is broken. buy a new bike its not worth fixing.

Jul 24, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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Wiring


Check your power cord and power supply, check the plug is clean and free from corrosion or dirt.
Plug another appliance into the same socket to check there is power at the socket.

Note: Electricity can cause serious injury even Death.
Isolate your power supply from the mains switchboard.
Switch off and Unplug your appliance from the wall socket before attempting any repairs.

If its still under warranty, take it back to the store or manufacturer for replacement.
Call a serviceman to test the appliance for you,

If not you could...
Check your fuse in the device, you will have to dismantle the appliance.

Get your Multimeter and do some tests...
Test the flexible cord connections
Electrical tests included, visual inspection, Earth continuity, Polarity and Insulation resistance.

Examining cord for Damage
Disconnect flexible cord from power supply.
Check cord along the whole length for obvious damage

1: Visual Inspection
A visual test is necessary before using test instruments to ensure that all specific safety requirements are meet.
Check the general condition and safety of the cord, plug, cord anchorage, terminations and of the appliance itself.

2: Earth Continuity.
The earthing system of an electrical installation must be installed in a manner that will allow circuit protection devices to operate if there is a fault between live parts (other than Neutral) and the mass of earth.
What to check: For class (one) 1 protectively earthed appliances only, test for very low resistance between exposed appliance metalwork and the earth pin of the plug. this resistance should be as low as possible and must not exceed 1 ohm. Note: the Exposed metal parts of a class 2 double-insulated appliance must not be earthed.
Equipment requirements:
A Multimeter (Digital or analogue) Set on a ohm scale or an insulation tester that also has a continuity scale.
A set of leads.

3: Polarity
Why is this test necessary:
An incorrect connection of phase and neutral conductors to fittings and appliances is extremely dangerous and has been the cause, either directly or indirectly of many shocks and fatalities.
What to check:
Polarity tests are carried out to ensure that every single-pole switch operates in the active conductor or the circuit in which it is connected.
Equipment requirements:
A Multimeter (Digital or analogue) Set on the resistance scale when the SUPPLY is NOT connected.
or a voltage indicator set on a suitable voltage rating when the supply is not connected.

4: Insulation Resistance
Why this test is necessary:
All live conductors (including Neutrals) and live parts must be insulated to prevent - Electric shock hazards from inadvertent contact.
- Fire hazards and equipment damage from short circuits.
What to check:
Insulation resistance tests must be made between:
- Active conductors of a poly-phase circuit
- Active and Neutral
- Active and Earth
- Neutral and Earth
The insulation resistance between appropriate components shall be not less than 1 mega-ohm minimum
Equipment requirements:
An insulation resistance tester which maintains an output of 500 volts when loaded with a 1 mega-ohm resistance.
A set of leads.

Different countries adhere to spicific Electrical (safety) Regulations and standards

This information is only intended to enlighten the novice, guide and remind someone already in the field of electrical installations.
DO NOT attempt any electrical repairs unless you have the appropriate background or training.

Jun 11, 2013 | Yamaha RX-V757 Receiver

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Stopped sensing speed or give resistance


proceed according and fix it. God bless you
  • 1 Press the reset button to reset the system, then unplug the bike from the power outlet. Wait about five minutes, then plug in the bike and reset the system again. This usually solves most computericon1.png glitches or error readings.
  • 2 Check all basic connections first if the system won't turn on, or the display is partially functioning or not functioning at all. Ensure that the plug is securely plugged into a proper working outlet. Check to ensure that the cable is securely plugged into the front of the system, and that the cable doesn't appear damaged. If the cable is damaged, replace it immediately.
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  • 3 Inspect the system display visually, looking closely for cracks. Also check to see if humidity has caused moisture to enter the screen. If so, you may need to replace the display.
  • 4 Check all connection points and latches. Latches should be lined up with all connectors and be securely in position. Push on the connection and listen for the snap when the latch locks into place. The computer or circuit board may need replacement if all connections are fine and the display isn't operating properly.
  • 5 Check all connections for the HR (Heart Rate) sensors. Check to ensure that both HR connections from the handlebars and the cable box are secure. Apply a conductive electrode creme to the handlebar sensor to see it produces a better connection. You may have to replace the handlebars or cable if no connection is being produced.
  • 6 Check to ensure the RPM sensor is properly aligned with the magnet on the flywheel and that the connection is secure on the RPM data cable. Reposition the sensor if it's not aligned properly; replace the cable if the connections are broken or the cable is visibly damaged.
  • 7 Move the bikeicon1.png away from large metallic objects, microwaves or other electronic equipment that may interfere with the bike's computer. Ensure that the bike is positioned on a flat, level area--otherwise, the bike will rock and feel unstable. Ensure that all knobs, pins and levers are installed appropriately, including pedals, crank and seat. Cranks should be connected at 180-degrees from one another. Seat pins should be seated completely and securely in the your designated pin hole for seat position.


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    Nov 18, 2012 | Schwinn 250 Recumbent Bike

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    No change in resistance


    IF you have the one i have, there is a knob with two connected arrows and a plus and minus sign. turn toward the plus, more resistance, turn toward the minus, less resistance.

    Feb 04, 2010 | Tunturi E30 Ergonomic Exercise Bike

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    My Hyundai Santa Fe 2004 doesn't shift down from overdrive when driving at 70 mph. Recently replaced the crankshaft sensor and timing belt. It is an automatic and the other gears seem to shift alright....


    You might try testing the tps. It may have a dead spot at the high end of the throttle opening. Make sure the resistance continues to change as you open the throttle all the way.

    Throttle Position Sensor

    Operation The throttle position sensor is a rotating type variable resistor that rotates with the throttle body-s throttle shaft to sense the throttle valve angle. As the throttle shaft rotates, the throttle angle of the sensor changes and the ECM/PCM detects the throttle valve opening based on the TPS output voltage.
    Removal & Installation
    1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
    2. Disconnect the sensor connector.
    3. Remove the sensor retaining screws. Remove the sensor from its mounting.
    To install:
    1. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure.
    Testing 2.4L Engine
    1. Disconnect the sensor connector.
    2. Measure the resistance between terminal 1 (sensor ground) and terminal 2 (sensor power).
    3. Specification should be 3.5-6.5 kohm.
    4. Connect and analog ohmmeter between terminal 1 (sensor ground) and terminal 3 (sensor output).
    5. Operate the throttle valve slowly from the idle position to the full open position, and check that the resistance changes smoothly in proportion with the throttle valve opening angle.
    6. If the resistance is out of specification, or fails to change smoothly, replace the sensor.
    2.7L Engine
    1. Disconnect the sensor connector.
    2. Measure the resistance between terminal 2 (sensor ground) and terminal 1 (sensor power).
    3. Specification should be 3.5-6.5 kohm.
    4. Connect and analog ohmmeter between terminal 2 (sensor ground) and terminal 3 (sensor output).
    5. Operate the throttle valve slowly from the idle position to the full open position, and check that the resistance changes smoothly in proportion with the throttle valve opening angle.
    6. If the resistance is out of specification, or fails to change smoothly, replace the sensor.
    1. Disconnect the sensor connector.
    2. Measure the resistance between terminal 2 (sensor ground) and terminal 1 (sensor power).
    3. Specification should be 1.6-2.4 kohm.
    4. Connect and analog ohmmeter between terminal 2 (sensor ground) and terminal 3 (sensor output).
    5. Operate the throttle valve slowly from the idle position to the full open position, and check that the resistance changes smoothly in proportion with the throttle valve opening angle.
    6. If the resistance is out of specification, or fails to change smoothly, replace the sensor.
    3.5L Engine
    1. Disconnect the sensor connector.
    2. Measure the resistance between terminal 3 (sensor ground) and terminal 1 (sensor power).
    3. Specification should be 3.5-6.5 kohm.
    4. Connect and analog ohmmeter between terminal 3 (sensor ground) and terminal 2 (sensor output).
    5. Operate the throttle valve slowly from the idle position to the full open position, and check that the resistance changes smoothly in proportion with the throttle valve opening angle.
    6. If the resistance is out of specification, or fails to change smoothly, replace the sensor.

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    Sep 24, 2017 | 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe

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    Bike won't start


    hi mate make sure you have put the correct amount of oil in and to check the plugs take the plug out and put it against the engine with it still connected and turn the engine over if it sparks ok then there fine if you want to go more technical get a feeler guage and adjust the cap on the plug to the manuals requirements good luck

    Aug 07, 2009 | 2001 Triumph Triumph Thunderbird

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