No Spark: Gotta admit, I'm stumped
I was trying to explain this to SCBonneville and it had me completely tongue-tied trying to explain what's going.
My 2002 790 T100 (bike #1) lost spark. Cranks but no spark. I swapped the PVL coil for the stock Gill coil and still no spark. I next swap out the ignition module with a working spare that TTP reprogrammed. The bike (#1) worked great with the new module for a couple of short rides, and then yesterday it would not start. A quick check confirmed no-spark.
Again, I swap out the stock Gill coil and reinstall the PVL coil. No spark. I next try a Procomm igniter and I get a weak spark.
Next I try an igniter box from another 790 (bike #2), but before I do, I visually verify that bike #2 is sparking with it's original parts. I remove bike #2's igniter box and install it into bike #1 and still no spark.
I next try bike #1's igniter box, as well as the Procomm in bike #2 and both do not produce a spark.
Bike #2 now has it's original igniter box back in place and is running perfectly. Whew!
So I'm left with bike #1 with no spark from any ignition box, and 2 boxes that don't seem to work on any bike.
So you brainiacs, what do you suppose is the problem? The ignition module connector seems to be OK as well as the pins on the module(s) and swapping module #1 onto bike #2 would have ruled that out. The battery is freshly charged. I'm stumped.
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