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Old 01-24-2017, 09:50 AM
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Originally Posted by mrred85 View Post
So the i followed the black/white wire from the cdi up into the harness and it also goes to the key ignition switch. It was spliced together from cdi to run to ignition and to kill switch. So i cut the one going to the kill switch. I was able to get the spark back with my old and new spark plug. Issue im having now is that it wont fire up. Just got a new carburetor and put that on. I'm getting compression so don't think that's the problem.

Could the fuel line be to tight and not letting the gas to flow. I also have a manual shut off valve installed as well.

Any ideas?
Did you gap the spark plug appropriately? A quick and easy way to rule out fuel is to spray some starting fluid in the intake and crank it over. If it fires then you likely have a fuel problem.
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Old 02-09-2017, 11:13 PM
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I got it started. Problem was that I was using two smaller gauge wires running from the battery to the battery cables to give me extra space. The wires couldn't produce enough juice to crank the ATV.
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