Fuel is entering the carb. Crimp it tightly with the crimping tool. Can you like it too? In nearly every case of a bad ignition part, spark is just gone or intermittent but still in time. To eliminate this as a possibility, disconnect the rectifier. This is not the best kill switch to install if you plan on using it daily. More involved but supereffective is fitting a racing-style battery-disconnect switch on the positive battery cable.
So you end up with a reading of around 0. I want to use a kill switch, but I don't want to damage either the cdi or mag. When does the fuse blow? I would think it would just always be grounded. You can trouble shoot the key switch with a multi meter. Connect the other end of the resistor to a chassis ground. Originally I was told I had a bad ground in the system.
It sounds as if you have a short in the wiring harness. Step 1 — Ignition Wires The majority of motorcycles are set up the same way. Bowman has a business degree from Pennsylvania State University and was an officer in the U. Is it just me or should this wire not have 12 volts going to it while the key is off. I don't think I had a good ground before with the white wire. Next I ran the test with 5 wire off and 4 for the stator readings are blue yellow wire. I have the old cdi and a new one.
I am not sure what is the correct way. Give yourself plenty of room to attach the wires. So I charged it up. The purpose of a motorcycle kill switch is to prevent theft of the bike. Also, I get no power on my ignition switch. The pick-up sensor shows good voltage. Is there a way to shut it off with the key? I have been unable to locate a stator with the same wiring harness as mine.
If you look at the pinout above, it is pin 6. The buzzing comes from what I believe is the starting relay. Revs slightly but as soon as rpms get past about 1500 it dies. Re: emergency kill switch wiring diagram. I took out a complicated three relay setup from one car. Cut back the wire, new connectors all wiring re connected runs like a beauty.
Running multiples is not hard with replacement parts easy to find. Then it ran , after the swap I rode it a few times. I have a Subaru Robins engine that runs great and I got the same output when I tested it. There are 4 major components that work together to produce spark, if any of these are defective spark will be lost. All good at this point, connect the coil no spark and no voltage to coil. Was all working fine when I got it then the starter clutch destroyed itself.
There is also a battery cutoff. This would give you a fuse for the wiring too which could be a little safer. Push the tab down and the pin will release. I can tell you that for Hondas the Ignition wire is black and yellow, and the Starter wire is black and white. I went back and took the flywheel off again and verified I had installed things correctly and checked all the voltages again and they looked good. The numbers I have using the pin diagram are 6 6,0v, 5 6.
These small switches can be hidden and secured pretty much anywhereunder the seat, in the trunk, under the dashboard, in the gloveboxyou're limited only by how much work you want to do running new wire. An Electric diagram would help finding a blown fuse. When I first got it I was quite happy with my purchase, but soon after that I found that I really wanted a sweet push button ignition and an engine kill switch, like a rocket or a race car or something cooler than an early nineties economy car. No spark I replace the coil cdi and stator with no difference. I like the idea of a ground side cutout for the battery though. Car theft is a perennial problem that everybody worries about.