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    gp760 this sux!!!!

    what should the resitance do on the pulser coil and the charge coil when you start the ski. the resitance is with in spec when i test it but dont crank it. but when i start it the charge coil goes to .1 and the pulser coil goes to .615 is that correct or should the hold the same resitance and stay in the spec range??? the shop told me it was bad but im not sure there right


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    PER THE97 GP760 SHOP MANUEL
    MEASURE PULSER COIL RESISTANCE..
    OUT OF SPEC----->***** REPLACE*****
    PULSER COIL RESISTANCE
    GP760
    WHITE/RED(W/R)-
    WHITE/BLACK(W/B)
    445.5-544.5 OHM AT 20C (68DEG f)

    yours is good not running, but out of spec,while running??

    Book doen't go farther than that to explain or test a bad unit ... it shows this disconected and tested at the 8 pin connector only.

    my guess is the resistance would not change while running,because ohms is a measure of how easy electricity flows thru that circut and not a measure of the signal power (volts) generated by the coils...

    someone correct me if i'm wrong..

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