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No current to spark plug

Dear to expert person.
I've motorbike xv250 cc yamaha year 2000,can i ask some question,how do i verify this problem.

1) No current to spark plug.
2) how to check which part was spoil.( cdi,power pack,coil plug)
3) do you have the diagram electical system for power plug.(service manual).

Current my motobike dosen't work cause of no power spark plug.i do't know ,wich part was spoil and how to check one by one of this part.

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Best thing to do is get the whole system checked out by a yam electrician ,It will be less cost to you in the long run .as they can test each component for faults .

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