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    I bought a 2010 TW 200 from a buddy that he couldn't get running. Started out replaced the wiring harness because it was spliced and stuff like that. Then got it to turn over with a new ignition. Still no spark. With a new plug and pulser coil still nothing. Just today put on a new stator and you might no it no spark. Can some one help me with this

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    Hey Mikeyt23. So you've replaced the harness, the ignition-(key switch or cdi?), coil and plug and the stator. And you're getting no BANG? Motor's turning over right? Are all of your lights/ signals work correctly?

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    Since the harness has been changed I would print a copy of the wiring diagram and inspect all connections checking them off on the print as you go. And don't forget to check the fuse.

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    haven't replaced the cdi or coil yet. Yes the lights turn signal work fine. Wont turn over with the kickstand down or without pullin the clutch in. Getting the coil checked tomarrow. also checked the fues first thing after the stator today

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    Mikeyt23- how are you conducting your spark test??

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    test light to the orange wire feeding the coil

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    Quote Originally Posted by OSRockr View Post
    Mikeyt23- how are you conducting your spark test??

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    test light to the orange wire feeding the coil

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    Try removing your spark plug from the head, stick it back in the boot, then lean/hold(carefully) the electrode side of the plug on any bare metal/unpainted surface- like a head bolt etc. Somewhere to gound your plug. Then crank her over and watch to see if you've got any spark jumping. I always like to test things a couple ways if possible....

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    does the neutral lamp work as it should? If it has been shorted in the past, you could be chasing your tail and changing expensive parts, all for not. Don't ask me how I know this, but the comment about the kickstand and clutch brought it mind for me. The sensor is a pain to get to, so if you have to get in there, do your sprockets and chain too. Good luck-TIM
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