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    Angry 94 Kawasaki ST750 No Spark issue. Pulling my hair out!

    I have 2 94 Kawasaki ST 750 skis. One of them has a no spark issue. I was riding it coming into shore it just died and would never restart. I checked and there was no spark to the plugs. I replaced the stator. I have replaced the coil. I replaced the cdi and I have replaced the rectifier. Still no spark! Battery is new and cranks the engine over fine. I have checked the engine temp sensor and it is ok. I have checked the kill switch where the lanyard goes on and everything there is fine also. What am I missing? I am wondering if the stator is still bad because it was a used one. I have a manual but it does not go into great detail on checking the stator. Any help would be very welcome at this time! Thank You!


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    Does it have power trim?

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    U never mentioned whether or not you replaced the plugs themselves, I would imagine you did, but if not that would be a good thing to do.

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    No power trim and the spark plugs are new.

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    5 months and you still got the gremlins? I'd be bald by now too.

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    Twist off your spark plug boots and trim the leads down half an inch and twist the boots back on and zip tie. Recheck all connections in side your electrical box. Corrosion will kill current.

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    stator green to blue......396-594 ohms
    brown to brown....0.7-1.1 ohm
    purple to red....265-398 ohms

    Also make sure neither red or purple read shorted to ground.
    You can also check AC voltage output on the 2 browns while cranking and compare it to your other one. Should read around 50v.

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    Thank you!
    That is the info I needed! I quit tinkering with it over the winter, now it is time to get it back up and running for summer.

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