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I REPLACED THE STARTER SOLENOID RELAY, IT STARTED BUT I FORGOT TO REDUCE THE CHOKE (TALKING TO A FRIEND) IT STOPPED AND CAN'T GET IT TO RESTART, ADDED NEW
PLUGS, ORDERED A NEW FUEL PET COCK, SEEMS TO NOT GETTING A SPARK. ANY HELP, SUGGESTIONS, I AM OLDER JUST DON'T KNOW IF I'LL BE ABLE TO RIDE NEXT YEARS!
THANKS..6/23/2021
 

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A spark tester can confirm spark that can picked up at any automotive store:
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If you are getting spark then fuel would be next to test. Try taking some starter fluid into the air filter. It should at least fire once or twice, if it does fire with starter fluid you are not getting fuel. Post back you results and we can go from there. We'll get you going.
 

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A spark tester can confirm spark that can picked up at any automotive store:
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If you are getting spark then fuel would be next to test. Try taking some starter fluid into the air filter. It should at least fire once or twice, if it does fire with starter fluid you are not getting fuel. Post back you results and we can go from there. We'll get you going.
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I REPLACED THE STARTER SOLENOID RELAY, IT STARTED BUT I FORGOT TO REDUCE THE CHOKE (TALKING TO A FRIEND) IT STOPPED AND CAN'T GET IT TO RESTART, ADDED NEW
PLUGS, ORDERED A NEW FUEL PET COCK, SEEMS TO NOT GETTING A SPARK. ANY HELP, SUGGESTIONS, I AM OLDER JUST DON'T KNOW IF I'LL BE ABLE TO RIDE NEXT YEARS!
THANKS..6/23/2021
I WILL BE ADDING NEW COILS..NO SPARK-AFTER 20 YEARS WE ALL COULD USE NEW PARTS..6/26/21
 

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Normally nothing. If both could are bad the pickup coil has probably failed. You can easily test coils and pickup. Here's a few good links for testing.


 

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Normally nothing. If both could are bad the pickup coil has probably failed. You can easily test coils and pickup. Here's a few good links for testing.


We have determined the Coils are bad, I ordered 2 from Partzilla when rec'd the spark plug boots were Not attached, Can I attach the old boots to it?? thanks 7/8/21
 
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