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Kawasaki bayou 400 no spark

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Yes it should pending that nothing is grounding out the system killing the ignition system. Like a direct short, crushed wire, burnt wire or a wire thats worn against the frame for so long that the outer jacket has worn away exposing the inner conductor this rubbing against metal “ground” on the bike. Test the stator to make sure it’s good. Go through it all again. You missed something. Take your time and and be patient. You will find it. Go through the manual and trace/test each section of the system. 

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Wow strange. I will double check my bike when I get in and the spec on it. See if that can clear anything up. But there should be a reading in the  500 range I think. I will check my bike see what I get 

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Ok so I was wrong on the reading.  I’ve attached a pic so you can see the plug and the test result. 

Possibly a broken wire on that trigger coil it’s self where it was soldered during manufacturing ? Defective maybe ? Check the plug as well, and maybe test further down the wire closer to the engine to make sure there is not a stretched/broken wire.   Other then that you may have to pull the casing off and check it out. 

 

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Obviously the one I tested is in range so you should get between 100-150 on yours.  Try each one of the wires to ground to see if you get anything. Just a shot in the dark 

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Great. Hopefully it comes soon. Obviously test it before you install.  Also look for any obvious damage to the old one when you remove it just curious.  Good luck can’t wait to hear how it turns out.   

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got a temperamental  bayou 400 sometimes starts most time not. 
currently gets one spark once you turn on the key and hit the starter then nothing. turn it off and back on get one spark again and then nothing

anyone run into this?

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