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2003 Yamaha Warrior 350 - No Spark

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Just purchased the warrior, after I made a few tests, found pick-up coil to have no resistance.Also when doing voltage test on sec. coil found aprox. 6 volts pos. ground, neg. on orange wire to coil. Is that norm. volt configuration? Any help would be apreciated,

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i have the service manual for a 98, i can't see yamaha making drastic changes to the bike in the later years for the specs you need. online, a company is offering the manual from 87 to 2012 ...

the 98 ... https://www.yousendit.com/download/WUJZY050bTgwZ2xBSXNUQw

and an 02 supplement ... https://www.yousendit.com/download/WUJZY050bTg5bEROUjhUQw

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