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    I am lost fallas!

    I am starting a new post as the "Getting Frustrated p[ost is so long and I am hoping maybe some fresh ideas may come up with a new one.

    I have a 98 SLTH with a domestic 700. It was running but not properly. I had an idea I had reed problems and when I pulled them I found a broken pedal. I replaced reeds, and my son was helping. He hooked up the battery charger backwards and with me not noticing it I hit the start button multiple times until I figured out what was wrong. I replaced the battery but had no spark. I checked stator with these results"

    Black to engine ground=0
    Black to Purple=1230
    Black to Gray=87
    Yellow to Red/Purple=0

    Coil:

    Primary=No connection from any of the 3 wires to coil pack black
    Black/Green to Black/White=0
    Yellow/Brown to Black/White=0
    Secondary=611 on both plug wire ends

    They all looked good to me, so I assumed the cdi was fried. I got another and put it in but still have no spark.

    What could have happened from the charger being hooked up backwards that is now not giving me any spark? I am lost here and fast loosing my summer, PLEASE HELP if you can!


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    I'm assuming the engine cranks it just doesn't get spark?

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    correct, cranks fine.

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    When you crank the engine what is the voltage at the battery while cranking the engine?
    The orange wire that leaves the voltage regulator, what is the voltage reading while cranking?
    The yellow wire leaving the stator, what is the voltage while cranking?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ph2ocraft View Post
    When you crank the engine what is the voltage at the battery while cranking the engine?
    The orange wire that leaves the voltage regulator, what is the voltage reading while cranking?
    The yellow wire leaving the stator, what is the voltage while cranking?
    I will check first thing in the morning and get back to you.

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    hello bill. thanks for the email.

    i think al has you going in the right direction. could be a bad LR module.

    AL, i missed you at the midwest poilaris get together. i went, and hung out with the guys yesterday. got to put alot ( ALOT) of faces with names. hopefully next time you can come, and we can finally meet in person.

    zig

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    Quote Originally Posted by john zigler View Post
    hello bill. thanks for the email.

    i think al has you going in the right direction. could be a bad LR module.
    That's what I'm thinking.
    AL, i missed you at the midwest poilaris get together. i went, and hung out with the guys yesterday. got to put alot ( ALOT) of faces with names. hopefully next time you can come, and we can finally meet in person.

    zig
    I wish I could have made it but with buying the new Matrix, starting a new job, making sure I have time to get up to Randy's place and needing to be at the DuneFest at Pismo my chances were...well...nil. LOL
    I've been looking forward to meeting many more of the members but man it's just plain hard to do. I've been dyeing to meet you after all these years, maybe I'll just show up for a beer one day.

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    I had a similar post a few months back and did prety much same thing as i was tired and hooked up charger backwards and it was CDI box, it was simple change and it cost me $217 new from POLARIS for the Updated CDI box. Mine would just crank also, MFD worked great but had no spark. Sent to Ridenow powersports and diagnosed for $55 and said it was CDI box so I bought a new one and it runs awesome. Hopefully yours is as easy to fix!

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    Sorry, wasn't trying to confuse you, but is the secound CDI box new or used, if used may want to have it checked!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 96sltx1050 View Post
    Sorry, wasn't trying to confuse you, but is the secound CDI box new or used, if used may want to have it checked!
    2nd cdi was used, but was assured it came out of a running ski.

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