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  1. Ok, after a slight distraction I finally got back to working on the quad. I did as suggested and started testing the ohms on the stator and pick up coils. Everything was checking out good (within the expected reading from the manual). I did notice I had the ‘ol random wire (red wire) that didn’t seam to go anywhere. After a little digging I found that It was part of the wire grouping that went to the coil. After unwrapping an abundance of tape I found where the failed “repair” was made. I reconnected the wire and bam I have spark. After putting everything back together I dialed in the carb and this quad is back up and running! Big shout out to Frank for pointing me in the right direction. Huge help man, thank you!
  2. Good call on rebuilding the rebuild. I believe I have carb all cleaned out and rebuild correctly. Will have to make the adjustments once I figure the no spark issue. Got a new plug and no dice. Figured I’d start with the easy/cheap replacement of the ignition coil. No dice again. So I went to YouTube and searched forums to narrow it down again. Apparently CDI units are a high commodity. Though I did come across an interesting one with replacing the primary coil coming from the magneto. So I did some preliminary testing on mine. I have two upings of wires coming from the magneto. 3 yellow wires all on one connection and then a second connection with one blue and one green. Now when I connect the battery to the blue wire I get spark up at the plug. When I throw the fluke meter on the blue when trying to start it I barely get a reading. Am I correct in the assumption that I may be on to something with a bad coil? I have yet to do the research to see what the resistance should be on each of the coils, but thought I should throw out an update on where I’m at with it as your response was much appreciated.
  3. As stated above working on a 1999 Suzuki LT-F160. I think I’m having trouble with the carburetor. I keep fouling spark plugs. Full disclosure, I did make a poor attempt to “rebuild” the carb (that’s why I think that’s the issue). No idea if the new parts are at the correct “settings” (gaps and such) I believe the starting point is 1.5 turns from bottom out on the adjustment screw (is there another adjustment I don’t know of?). Doesn’t feel like I’m getting gas drawn through the carb (clogged jet maybe?), the plug isn’t wet at all (assuming why they’re fouling?) Not a great deal of experience working on carbs and not having much luck on finding a lot of info on the 160’s. 1st- by chance can I swap out the original carb (13200-02C03) for an LT 250 model (think the HA01050). They’re only about $30 apposed to $200. That would at least narrow down if it’s a wiring problem or carb issue. 2nd - The wiring has been minipulated at least a dozen times (before I acquired it, my cousin got it from a buddy kind of thing). Hopefully don’t have to dig into this too much as it’s currently a bit if a mess. I was told it ran last year... Any imput would be greatly appreciated

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