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NO SPARK - Troubleshooting Tree

Discussion in 'Technical' started by Moespeeds, Mar 29, 2009.

  1. 1BADK9

    1BADK9 Limited Edition Member

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    I've got a ignition problem at my Harley this days. The problem was the cam timing sensor but i'fe searched 2 days for the problem.

    If you have a two wire cam sensor it should be round about 1 k Ohm resistance.

    Mine as round about 1 M Ohm - but - when i connect a multimeter i have had round about 1 V AC - and that should be so said the manual. But the resistance was to high and so the ignition stops some times to work.

    If anyone will have such a Problem with a 2 wire sensor use the restistance for diagnosis - not the voltage when the engine is running like the manual says...
     
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