I am well beyond that at this point.I need info on how to test the coil and stator output for ignition.I need to know where to place the multimeter probes and what resistance values are correct.Have you tried a different spark plug or better yet the spark tester previously suggested?
Take a look at the wiring diagram in the manual; it is different...
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No skipped steps. If you don't want help, just say so.I am well beyond that at this point.I need info on how to test the coil and stator output for ignition.I need to know where to place the multimeter probes and what resistance values are correct.
What voltage would I expect to see on the Blue/Grey wires when pulling the starter cord?No skipped steps. If you don't want help, just say so.
Step 1: Check for output voltage from spark module with a spark tester or known good plug.
Step 2: If spark tester shows no voltage, check for voltage on the Blue/Gray input wires when cranking. Gray is ground.
It's an any/none test. What did you get? If any (up to 27V as shown in the manual), then the ignition coil is likely at fault. If none, then test the continuity of the fuel switch cutoff and the reset switch.What voltage would I expect to see on the Blue/Grey wires when pulling the starter cord?
That doen't sound like enough voltage. Did you have the meter on AC Volts? If you're getting the same voltage on the line going to the coil as you're getting directly off the stator, it would appear that everything after the stator is OK.I got 3-4 volts at blue and grey wire by pulling that cord as hard as i can.Ground confirmed at grey wire.Then I went directly to the blue wire out of the stator and got the same results.What does that reset switch do?
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