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    96 slt 780 cdi wiring diagram

    Hey everyone I am the proud owner of a 96 slt 780 with the blue fuji engine. Here is my problem. I bought a cdi from another ski, but, some of the wires were unplugged inside i did the best i could, but, i have run into a small problem. NO spark...I was wondering if there was anybody who has a copy of the wiring diagram I can get from them or where I can get a look at it with out paying the money for a book. The ski was running prior to my CDI going out so I dont believe it is the stator,but, I will check it too. Thanks.


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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Welcome to thew Hulk jackson.

    The circuit boards have the color abbreviations printed on them. You can easily look at the board and know what wire goes where..

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    Thanks Beerdart and thanks for the welcome also...K did the check by unpluggin the black/yellow into CDI still no spark. Havent checked the stator yet, but, I guess that is next, unless you guys have any other ideas!!!??? Thanks so much guys for all your help...its been down for about 3 months.

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    OK lets talk about the stator!!!! on the white/yellow to Black I put the meter on 20k because it is of course more than 200...i got like 9.61.....and wait there is more...on the red/white to green/red supposed to get like 490 right?? NOPE got nothing....Soo all that being said....HOW DO YOU REPLACE THE STATOR!!!!!! I got the manual, but, what I basically need to know is this!!!! can two people pick up the motor after I undo everything or do i need a cherry picker to pick it up.

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    The stator can be replaced in the hull but it is a PITA. One person can pull the motor but two is helpful as it is awkward bent over.

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    ok it can be replaced inthe hull??? let me ask is it easier to pull it out though? or easier to leave it in??? OK let me know so i can start the taudry task of replacing a stator.

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    I prefer to pull the motor as sometimes the flywheel can be stuck on the crank. The SLT has a lot more room to work then the SL's.. It is up to you you can start the job and see how it goes then make the decision weather to pull or not.

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    Beerdart your the best...one more question and tomorrow I start the deal....WHERE DOES A BROTHER GET A STATOR BESIDES EBAY???

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