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Josh Boyd

2000 Yamaha 350 Warrior Not Getting Spark

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Is it possible that its a bad plug? Are you pulling the plug to check for spark?

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Assuming the CDI you replaced with is a chinese cheap one?  i'd put the OEM back in then continue testing.  Check the plug wire and plug boot also with a connectivity setting on a multimeter.  I've seen boots go bad.

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It's a new e3 diamond fire spark plug and yes I pull the plug out when I check.im not getting power on my orange wire either.

I got the cdi box off of Amazon the company is called caltric

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Caltric CDI is probably one of the better chinese junk CDIs. For what it's worth, NGK will do a lot better in a jap motor than e3. What is the orange wire? I'm not familiar with that harness. Where does it go?

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You find that the regulator power is greater now you have dun it be burning out your cdi uite you need to down the power source 

Need new cdi again and check the regulator be for you put in cdi 

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Need bit more in it said

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Not sure I understand what you just tried to say. 

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I'm just not getting spark to my coil.i can run a hot wire to it and it will spark but that's it 

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