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What are the symptoms of a ign. stator failure, 1996 KTM 360SX?

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Loss of spark. I had this problem, took the spark plug out and held onto the end while kicking it over with my other hand, barely gave me a tingle. You check the reading coming out the stator with a multimeter. Unplug the Red, black, and green wires coming up from the stator to the ignition. Test the wire for resistance readings (ohms), by placing the red point from the multimeter on one wire and the black point on the other. You should get arount 1.7 KOhms between the red and red and black wires, 165 Ohms between Black and green (+ or - 20 Ohms), and 1.85 Kohms between Red and green. If your readings are significantly higher or lower, your stator is fried.

Posted on Feb 23, 2011

  • Anonymous Feb 23, 2011

    edit to add that should have said "1.7 Kohms betwen the red and black wires".

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