Thread: 2004 Carb Virage
08-23-2009, 01:51 PM #1
2004 Carb Virage
I need a manual to do some testing on a ski. There is no spark and I need to test the stator to see if it's toast.
I noticed the online manuals are gone....
08-23-2009, 05:00 PM #2
Coil tested at .6 ohm however there is .2 just through the probes...which puts it at .4 ohm which I think I read that .35 is good...so assuming this is good also...
Stator sections 5.5 Ohm....and .8 ohm
Hall effect sensors tested ok x 2 but one was like 775 ohms...?
Tested the brown wire trick....and 9v going to the brown wire to the stator still produced no spark...and when I checked for the voltage from the brown wire at CDI...I got nothing.
So....bad CDI....bad...stator "hall effect" section...or both?
08-27-2009, 10:10 AM #3
the triggers need 9v just to become active so you can see them switch with an ohm meter,you won't get any spark.no spark on either cyl??seeing as how theres no way to test the cdi and they're notorious for going out on the twins i'd say thats your problem
08-27-2009, 05:00 PM #4
Got it....was a bad LR unit...
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