How difficult is it to change the stator in a 2001 wolverine 350? How expensive?
There is no fire to the spark plug. I removed all electrical components and tried them on my other bike and it starts every time. Is the stator the only thing left? If so, how difficult is it to change and how expensive? Thanks
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Your firing order is out of sync......if your getting spark you are firing in the wrong cylinders to actually start the vehicle. Or your ignition module or stator is bad, you will need to prob your electrical to figure out the where the problem lies.....my first would be not firing cylinders correc
hello, you probably need to have your stator checked out, sometimes the pickup coil in the stator will go out, also you can try ign coil, the one spark plug wire is hooked to,warriors are bad about cdi going out, mine would idle, would not rev up, would bog down, source coil in stator probably needs to be checked also..
if the stator is producing suffient voltage then it's not being amplified by the coil possibe causes are poor grounding of the coil, poor primary electrical connection to the coil from the stator a compromized kill swith wires or possible some water in the switch it self keep in mind it takes two conductors to make a spark are you grounding the plug to bear metal when you are kicking it over ?
and have you tried a different spark plug doesent take much spark it can be pretty difficult to to visualy deterimine if you have suffient spark try putting a tea spoon of gas down the cylinder put the plug back in -cap on a kick it a few times if it fires you might be on the wrong track
Try unplugging the kill button and retesting for spark. Also, make sure you are starting with a brand new spark plug. Even a plug that looks good may be bad. A plug is the least expensive electrical component on your bike, don't chance it with a used plug.
1: remove spark plug from engine...connect the spark plug cap to the plug...and make the other end ground somewhere on the cylinder head...kickstart it and check for fire...if not change spark plug and test spark again...if there is no fire again...you will have to get a owner manual to check electrical component with impedence...if fire is ok .....and wont start 2: put some gaz into the spark plug hole put the spark plug on with wiring and crank it again if it start and stop after a moment...then you're carburetor is not providing fuel to motor.... 3: if it is not starting yet....check for compression or blown crank seal...or leak