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The small wire on the coil came loose, what does

The small wire on the coil came loose, what does it connect to?

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If it came off of the coil, there is a 1/8" tap the wire end connects to.

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The outside unit, Goodman, clicks on and off when I turn it on. Sometimes it will run for a while then begin to click on and off. This happens when the fan is in either to auto or off position. It almost...


That could be a loose connection on the small low voltage wires which connect to the 24 volt coil under the contactor . OR the coil might be going bad. Or a critter could have chewed the small wires up or their could be older wires shorted going out there to the outside unit. It may well be the wall thermostat has stuff in it causing the problem.

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I have a 1979 xlh sporty took bike apart to paint on re assembly i hooked up coil wires wrong had no spark fixed wires but could i have killed my coil still no spark.


Ok to test the coil, remove all wires from the small terminals on the ends. Use a digital volt ohm meter and put the function switch in OHMS, R X 1. Touch one meter lead to each of the small terminals. Your meter should read between 2-3 ohms as the '79 model had electronic ignition.

To further test the coil, reconnect the two white wires to one of the small terminals. On the other side, make a jumper wire. Connect the jumper wire to the other small terminal. Put the plug wires into the towers and put a set of spark plugs in the wires lying on the heads with a good ground. Now, turn the switch one. The terminals with the white wires on it should be "Hot". MOMENTARILY, ground the jumper to the engine and take it back loose. When you take the wire loose, you should see a spark at the plugs. If you do, the coil is good and your problem lies elsewhere.

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Motorcycle cuts out and backfires when accelerating. black smoke puffs out when backfiring


I need more information. Is the bike carburated or fuel injected? Did it just start this or has it been doing this for a while? It sounds like either an ignition or a fuel problem.

If it has a carb, I'd say that it's jetted way too rich or the main jet has come loose in the carb maybe. Tell me what kind of carb is on the bike if it is indeed carburated. I need the year model of the bike and the name of the carb on it. Maybe I can tell you how it's supposed to be jetted. If the main jet has come loose, you will lose control of the amount of fuel going into the engine at wide open throttle.

You may have a bad spark plug as well, either get a new set or have the ones you're running now cleaned. When you pull them out, look and see if they're really black and sooty looking. This is indicating a rich mixture. Check your spark plug wires and make sure they're in the coil correctly. Check of loose connections at the coil primary (small wire connections) connectors. Make sure that chrome cover over the coil is not loose shorting out the ignition.

Fuel injected, I can't help you with that as it takes a special device to make any adjustment in that system.

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You will need a digital multimeter for easy reading ( The one I use cost $5 ). Find the connecter for the two wires for the on/off switch. Disconnect the wires and connect the meter leads to these terminals. Set the meter to Ohms and check that the switch opens and closes connection. Should read OL when open and .01 when closed depending on meter setting. If it checks out, then not the switch. Also check the coil and spark plug boot/wire with Ohm meter. Be sure that the boot is firmly connected to the wire. Small wire to frame- OL. Small wire to spark plug boot- thousands of Ohms (possibly 5000-30000 but don't know the spec). If either of these shows a small number of ohms (example: .01-7 ohms), then there is a short in the coil. Also check that the steel bar of the coil is grounded to the frame/engine with Ohm meter- 0.01. To test the source coil connect ohm meter to small wire coming out and other meter lead to engine ground- should be hundreds of ohms. Sometimes it is easier to start replacing at the least expensive part!

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Start by...try another plug?
see that the coil wire that goes to the plug is clean, and not damaged or torn. If you have a kill switch, unplug it. (The harness usually has connectors about a foot and a half away from the switch)

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