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  1. I can check the kill switch. If that is good I may get a new stator and rectifier. I have 2 rectifiers also. I just don't see them go bad too often.
  2. Ok so as you know my starter push button did not work. I spliced a wire from the starter switch to the black wire on the starter relay to bypass the starter circuit relay. This is the only wire that has changed. Now my push button works but I am not getting spark still. I have 2 starter circuit relays and I get no spark with either. What are the chances that they are both bad? They are both used. I just don't know how common it is for these to go bad considering how simple they are. I'm literally to the point of swapping a predator 420 in this thing if I can't figure it out soon. I do get the neutral light by the way. I'm really stumped and frustrated.
  3. Well, I now have spark! But only pull start. I hooked up my starter relay and tested it. It works, but nothing from the push button. I took it apart and cleaned the contacts. I get no continuity with the button unpressed and continuity when pressed so to me that means the button it good. Could this be a starter circuit relay issue?
  4. Perfectly clear. I'm mostly frustrated because I'm not used to having issues like this lol. I'm no bewbie to wiring at all. I have built several GY6 and CN250 builds and built custom harnesses by hand, as well as build several Honda's for racing and custom built those harnesses as well. So, in theory, this should have been a breeze.
  5. Well then I'm still without spark. So, I know my pickup coil was bad. I happened to have one from a CN250 (GY6 style) that looked the same so I used it. I'm thinking maybe it just isn't working with that engine. I don't know what else it could be. I'm getting headlight, and indicator lights. My CDI should be good because I pulled one off of a Bayou 250 just one year newer. Same with the rectifier. I'm starting to dislike this ATV.....
  6. Just hanging. I thought maybe the red recharged the battery. It looks to me like the battery get recharged via the white wire. Is this correct? *EDIT* I see the terminals in one of the diagrams I have. I just missed because in my diagram it is toward the front of the vehicle.
  7. My headlights work. Should I check somewhere else? Also, my indicator lights work.
  8. All open line and no continuity. I'm so stumped. Now I will say that I do not have the starter relay on it. It is still in the mail. But I do have the white wire that goes to the relay hooked straight to the positive side of the battery
  9. Thank you for your help. So far I have it wired correctly but still no spark. I know the pick up coil to be bad so I replaced it and yet still no spark. I have pretty much replace everything except the stator. Would a bad stator cause a no spark issue? I'm getting 0.7 ohms of resistance between the yellow wires from the stator.
  10. Thank you for your help. So far I have it wired correctly but still no spark. I know the pick up coil to be bad so I replaced it and yet still no spark. I have pretty much replace everything except the stator. Would a bad stator cause a no spark issue?
  11. It is not new. If fact, I think it is the original 1998 coil. I'm getting no more that 15.8 ohms of resistance. Should it not be more like 130 to 150? That's what it is on my buggy. But that is a1 50cc GY6.
  12. Should I be getting continuity between the 2 pickup wires? I do on all my other vehicles but not this one. Maybe bad pickup?
  13. Ok try to walk me through this. First of the CDI from my 250 had the same numbers on them as this 220. The 250 has no grey wire in the harness and the 220 does. My ignition that came from my 220 had/has a brown wire and a white wire. Now when I wire the brown and white together to complete the circuit, my neutral light comes on as intended. So it seems to me that this is correct. Also, that diagrams shows a yellow/red wire going to the ignition and I do not have a Yellow/Red wire up front. It's not even in the legend call out in that diagram either. Is the KLF different than the Bayou?

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