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No spark Lifan 110cc China atv

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I have a 110cc Chinese atv,the harness is in good shape,I recently bought a new stator,coil,CDI,spark plug,came as a kit from Ebay,and I still have no spark,I've watched a few videos from YouTube tried the same steps,but still no spark.... ???? Bad Flywheel??? I heard is very rare for them to go bad,(the magnets in them) I'm gonna check the harness very good again!!! I just can't get spark!!! Any suggestions Please!!!!

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Ignition switch? Run/kill switch on the handlebar? Is there a place for a safety switch like on kids atv where it has to be in place to run?

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Ignition switch? Run/kill switch on the handlebar? Is there a place for a safety switch like on kids atv where it has to be in place to run?
Ignition is new,on/off start/kill switch is all new and I made sure everything was correct,

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I'm curious, why did you throw so many parts at it?  Were they missing or did you just replace all of it trying to nail down the cause of no spark?

On a side note, sometimes cheap ebay parts can be bad out of the box.  I had a bad spark plug boot once.  It's worth either doing a continuity test on the boot or just take the boot off and see if you can get spark from the wire itself without the boot.

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I'm curious, why did you throw so many parts at it?  Were they missing or did you just replace all of it trying to nail down the cause of no spark?
On a side note, sometimes cheap ebay parts can be bad out of the box.  I had a bad spark plug boot once.  It's worth either doing a continuity test on the boot or just take the boot off and see if you can get spark from the wire itself without the boot.
I have 6 Atv total,3 are Chinese quads,so I used some of the other parts on it,but I did order the stator kit I mentioned above,I have 2 extra wire harnesses so I may tmgo that route.... but I dont buy stuff I dont need,and I do use Ebay very much for parts like you said

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Sounds like you're chasing a pretty tough issue.  Could very well be a broken wire somewhere in the harness, looks like it's worth a shot trying a different harness. You're moving in the right direction.

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Sounds like you're chasing a pretty tough issue.  Could very well be a broken wire somewhere in the harness, looks like it's worth a shot trying a different harness. You're moving in the right direction.
Yes I'm gonna open up the wire Harness and trace all the wires and check if there's anything split inside,but now let me ask you these also have that woodruff key correct? Or that doesn't affect it? I also have other flywheels from other ATV's,I just don't have to much time to play with these because I'm a handyman so I'm constantly busy working on people's houses or some businesses...thanks for the help though!!!!

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Sounds like you're chasing a pretty tough issue.  Could very well be a broken wire somewhere in the harness, looks like it's worth a shot trying a different harness. You're moving in the right direction.
Hey all along was the wiring harness and the new stator I bought from Ebay,I had a 6 pole stator inside a box along with other parts and decided to give it a try and BOOM!!!! it started right up!!!! $20 ATV 240a1ecae07f6c221e5455b1bf05cb87.jpg1705db9bd3f91930a24c2a82f7f53871.jpg68817a3b990d8f5848a65ab28d826013.jpg

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That's awesome, congrats on bringing it back to life! Its amazing how it fires right off once everything is in line. 

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That's awesome, congrats on bringing it back to life! Its amazing how it fires right off once everything is in line. 
You called it though,you said Chinese parts often come bad,non working properly,good call bro!!!bad new stator but I sent a message and it's getting replaced

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I've done some work on knock off scooter and  ran into that same issue with Chinese parts being bad right out of the box.  

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3 hours ago, Ryan Foster said:

I've done some work on knock off scooter and  ran into that same issue with Chinese parts being bad right out of the box.  

That's exactly what it was,bad stator right out the box,they sent me another package and it worked fine 

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