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 Post subject: PLEASE HELP! NO SPARK
PostPosted: Fri May 06, 2016 12:41 am 
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[attachment=0]20160327_082754.jpg [MetalMotorsports]:| I'm a new guy with an old problem, 2011 metal motorsports kt150. Bought it cheap enough but am lost. Cant seem to find any useful documentation. It sat by a tree in guy's yard then guy chains puppy to tree. Puppy ate rear harness and more. I replaced harness, starter, selenoid, choke, CDI, regulator, key switch, stator, coil, plug. NO SPARK!! I'm not great with a meter but can use one. I need help. Anyone have a print showing what wires carry what volt, AC... DC... ang there path? My key switch has 3 wires, y. Bk, grn. Is b ground? Grn ground???? Is the kill wire going into the cdi hot or ground? I'm lost.. turn key 1 click, is that like accessory? If so does it go into CDI 12 vlt? I have an AC CDI system.


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 Post subject: Re: PLEASE HELP! NO SPARK
PostPosted: Mon Sep 05, 2016 4:30 am 
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Two questions? Did you buy a completely new harness or did you piece one together? And the second could you post a pic of how you've got things wired in the rear so I can get an idea of what's going where. Useally on the karts that I've had green is ground, black is only at the battery


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