Grand Prix 500
Main Motorcycle: 1973 TR7
Join Date: Jul 2012
Location: Hickory Creek, TX
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Testing a circuit that has no current load won't tell you much if you're looking at voltage.It would take a massive amount of resistance to show a noticable voltage drop.A resistance test on that circuit or switch would tell you more.
The loaded test that I suggested will show the actual voltage drop when there is a current load on the coils.That's what counts.If the coils don't get 12V then,they don't get enough.
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