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Kawasakibayounospark

Kawasaki bayou 400 no spark

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Ok no problem we can figure this out. The kill switch have you checked and make sure it’s not shorted ? And also checked the ignition coil with a tester ? The wire going into the spark plug ? 

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I would stick with an orignal equipment manufacturer coil since I’ve used an aftermarket and had problems.  I’ve attaced the specifications on the resistance for the 400 model but should not vary much. 

 

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If the only cdi box you have is the orignal one you can cook it in the oven on 250 deg for 10 minuets and let it cool for 5 min, try that if you get spark then you know the cdi is bad and need replacement.  When you replaced the stator do you replace the pick up coil ?

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Ok well hopefully it was all installed properly and a non defective coil.  The oem cdi you have is that the only one you have ? Orignal ?  I’ve learned that most of the time the cdi will not work with any moisture what so ever. Aftermarket ones do not work well or at thays why I recommend oem cdis. If so try to heat that one up in the oven.  It works! Not as a final fix but at least It will let you know that the cdi is bad. 

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29 minutes ago, Frank Angerano said:

Ok well hopefully it was all installed properly and a non defective coil.  The oem cdi you have is that the only one you have ? Orignal ?  I’ve learned that most of the time the cdi will not work with any moisture what so ever. Aftermarket ones do not work well or at thays why I recommend oem cdis. If so try to heat that one up in the oven.  It works! Not as a final fix but at least It will let you know that the cdi is bad. 

 

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