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Yes, don't tamper with it unless you know what to do. Get a pal or local mechanic to give you a run down of what needs doing or can look over your shoulder while you tackle it. You will need access to a good tool kit, some spray oil/wd40 and you should really get a workshop manual because you are likely to need factory info and settings to make it run sweetly. I hope the brake fluid is for a separate problem for which you need experienced help because brakes are your life at stake. Buy a new choke cable.
Yes, you may have the wrong coils going into it. Otherwise unless they are somehow overheating or getting too much vibration or too high a primary voltage I have no idea. It would be great if you would post a final definitvie answer if and when you get one.
This may sound silly, but have you checked the safety switches? There's usually one at the kick stand and sometimes another at the clutch. If either is broken or a wire has come disconnected, the bike cannot start.
That sounds like a problem with the pickup coils. they are mounted to your timing plate, Check them for resistance with an ohm meter, they should be around 5k ohms, if one shows infinite you've found the problem.
sounds like your throttle cable might be frayed or broken, when you pull the throttle and let go does it go back on its own? and can you here a clicking sound when you close the throttle? If you could send me pictures of the carb how every thing goes in and take it apart and take pictures, that would be helpful.