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Frank Angerano

My first Suzuki finally!!!!!!

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Frank

Just 1 last thought, you using an (analog ohm meter) instead of digital 1 for the (pick-up coil and stator & voltage regulator)  Engine Off tests.

I know on most older and some newer Honda's,  Kaw's, Suzuki's required a non digital meter for these types of test to get good solid reading measurement,

due to the sensitivity of some of the digital meters.   I'm Hoping the CDI box solves your problem, it will be interesting what your future posts will

reveal for the fix. Good luck!  

 

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I actually use both and the readings  are spot on surprisingly. My father had every type of tester possible and i have very good digitals.  So yes thats all good there.  New cdi will be here tomorrow so we will see how that goes.  
 

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Hello..just bought my first Suzuki quadrunner...got you beat in price but yours is alot prettier lol...curious to know if you solved the problem..hello to all

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