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2000 Kawasaki Bayou 220 Weak Spark


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Hi,

I am working on a 2000 Bayou 220. It seems to have very weak spark, and I suspect this is giving me a no start/hard start issue. I can sometimes get the ATV to start, but when it wont start it wont even run on carb spray.

Is a weak spark common for this ATV? Should it have a strong vibrant spark like any other small engine?

 

I have tested the stator and have .8 ohms between all 3 yellow wires, and it is open to ground on each of the yellow wires. 

Carb has been cleaned, and with the airbox off I can see it wicking fuel up through the main jet when I crank it.

125PSI compression

 

 

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