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Not necessarily. Before you consider replacing the ignition module, I would check the "air-gap" that is between the ignition's module legs and the magnets in the flywheel. If it is too wide, a weak spark or no spark at all could be observed. It should be in the neighborhood of .010" or so. This is just about the thickness of a standard sized business card and in fact, the card is readily used as a feeler gauge for this purpose due to the trouble using a metal feeler gauge on the magnets. Post back if you need instructions to check and/or set the "air-gap."
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Locate your spark plugs before beginning. Accessing the spark plugs
can vary greatly depending on the model of motorcycle. The Ninja
series bikes place the spark plugs near the top of the motor, hidden
beneath the fuel tank and air box.
Remove the seat and fuel tank. Locate the bolts that secure the fuel
tank to the frame and remove them with a socket wrench. Lift the
fuel tank upwards and disconnect the fuel lines. Pull the entire
tank away from the motorcycle and set it aside.
Unscrew the air box lid with a screwdriver and remove. Remove the
air filter and locate the bolts that secure the air box to the
motor. Unscrew the bolts with a screwdriver and pull the air box off
of the motor. Take note of the locations of any wiring or hoses that
may be attached to the air box before disconnecting them.
Pull the spark plug wire off of the first spark plug and clear the
plug cavity with compressed air to remove dirt or debris that may
been trapped. Remove the spark plug with a spark-plug socket. If
needed, use a socket extension to reach the spark plug in the
Insert a new spark plug into the cavity and carefully tighten with a
spark plug socket. Slide the spark plug wire onto the end of the
spark plug and press down until the wire clicks into place.
Repeat as necessary for any remaining spark plugs. Reinstall the air
box and reconnect any hoses or wiring removed earlier. Insert the
air filter into the air box and seal the lid by tightening its bolts
with a screwdriver
Reinstall the fuel tank, reconnecting the fuel lines and tightening
the mounting bolts with a socket wrench. Replace the seat.
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