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Dont buy any more parts until you are able to get stator resistance specs. 95% of my electrical problems are stator related. I havent replaced a coil in years,bad cdi units are rare. Have had a couple plug caps bad (resistor caps can short out)
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I took all that apart to get to my waterpump and now i dont have spark on my 95'. I wonder if i didnt accidently bend that trigger coil and my gap is wrong and thats why im not getting any spark? how did you check the gap since its behind the flywheel and how do you adjust it and what is it suppose to be adjusted to?
I tore a piece of card stock from a spark plug container and slid it between the gap. Then i loosened the screws on the trigger coil bracket and slid it until it would hold the card stock in the gap between the trigger coil and the high spot on the flywheel.