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My Suzuki DT4 outboard motor has an ignition coil that measures over 13K ohms and I want to order a replacement, the P?N 33410-98610 is obsolete. What is a suitable substitute for this coil?

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What measures 13k?
the coil has a primary and secondary
and most all coils, made have secondary at 10k or more.
and suzuki sells them.
if they dont, then consider not owning any Suzuki,,,,
that leaves only NOS parts or used off ebay.
or get on craigs, list like I do and beg
WTB, wanted to by, "DT4 coil"
i moved you out of CARs to outboards....

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Disconnect the black/red wire from the CDI, if you have sparks, kill circuit shorted.
No spark: check coils
1 . The two pulser coils are located at 1 80°angles to each other and the
condenser and battery charge coils are also located opposite of each other
under the flywheel.
2. Remove the engine cover.
3. On models equipped with electric starters, disconnect the negative
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black/red wire terminal in the connector and the black ground wire. And the
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6. On the condenser charge coil, measure the resistance between the
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7. If the resistance reading is not within specification, replace the faulty
coil.
8. On the battery charge coil, measure the resistance between the
yellow/red and yellow wires, red and yellow wires (DT1 5MC) or the red and
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Verifying the Spark
1

Remove the upper and side fairings, using a 4 mm Allen wrench to unscrew the fairing bolts. Unlock and remove the rider's seat, using the ignition key.
2

Pull the fuel lines off of the fuel valve under the left side of the fuel tank. Unscrew the pair of bolts from the base of the fuel tank, using a 10 mm socket. Pull the fuel tank to the rear of the motorcycle to remove it..

3

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4

Hold the spark plugs against the motor and start the motorcycle for a few seconds. Observe the gap between the electrode at the tip of both spark plugs for spark. Ideally, the spark should have a bright, blue appearance.
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Replace the spark plugs with new DR8E spark plugs, if no spark is present. Repeat the test. Replace the corresponding ignition coil if there is still no spark present at the spark plugs' electrodes.
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Proceed to Section 2 for further diagnosis, or reassemble the motorcycle following the reverse method of removal.
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Remove the suspect ignition coil from the motorcycle's frame, using a 10 mm socket. Unplug the coil's cables from the remaining spark plug in the motor and from the spark plug removed in Section 1. Unplug the motorcycle's wiring harness connector from the back of the ignition coil. Remove the remaining ignition coil, if needed, using the same procedure.
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Measure the ignition coil's primary winding at the terminal that connects to the motorcycle's wiring harness, using your multimeter. Touch the meter's red probe to the coil's positive (+) terminal and the black probe to the coil's negative (-) terminal. Take note of the measurement on the meter's display. Replace the ignition coil if its primary winding has a resistance measurement less than 3 ohms or greater than 5 ohms.
10

Set your multimeter to read an R X 1,000 resistance range, using the meter's settings dial.
11

Measure the ignition coil's spark plug cables, using your multimeter. Touch the meter's probes to the metal connectors within the cable's end caps. Take note of the resistance measurement on the meter's display, indicated in ohms. Replace the ignition coil if the cables have a resistance measurement less than 25,000 ohms or greater than 45,000 ohms.
12

Reinstall the ignition coil if its primary winding and spark plug cables are within the specified resistance range, using the reverse method of removal. Replace the entire ignition coil if either the primary winding or the spark plug cables are within specification, as the ignition coil and its cables are a combined assembly.
13

Reassemble the motorcycle following the reverse method of removal. Connect the left ignition coil's cables to the pair of spark plugs in the middle of the motor's cylinder (#2 and #3), while the right coil's cable connect to the spark plugs on the sides of the cylinder (#1 and #4).

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