[QUOTE=jamie w;2883444]Thanks,Idid what you said.It turns out that this was the wrong coil.I put the right coil on and the wiring was just like you said.Now i have very week fire.But it is entermitting.The stator only has about 13 to 15 ac volts on the cdi input wires with the cdi box unhooked.The cdi box input wires have about 5 to6 volts ac so i dont think that is enogh?How much voltage should the stata put out.The sprk plug wire has fire when you remove the plug but when you put the plug on it only fires 1 out of 10 revolutions.And that fire is week.
There are no specs on cdi as far as resistance,which is the common way to check electrical components. Only resistance on the stator trigger coil (pulse coil) the stator charge coil, the ignition coil itself(resistance at coil,wire and cap.DONT depend on voltage readings!! Get the ignition specs and you should be able to narrow down! On most machines the stator is usually the problem as far as failure,not cdi or coils,BUT you could have shorts at kill switch,etc. OPT