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Does the stator have any thing to do with the pulse coils working

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The stator on a motorcycle is purely a generator to keep the battery topped up and charging. The spark from the coils is a separate CDI system.

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SOURCE: I have a 1985 honda cr125. I recently havent been

Could be the spark plug cable it self causing all the grief. Or it just could be one of the above that you mentioned. Not everything new is fail safe.
Good luck figuring it out.

Posted on Sep 19, 2009

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It is possible to run honda 2010 xr200 without stator ? only fully charge battery.


Not sure but prob not it runs thru stator to CID then sends the rite pulse to match the timing which is read by the magneto to send the juice at the rite time to the coil try to wire a hot wire to the batt from coil and see some older bikes will but I don't think it will work on an 2010

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I have a 1999 335 sportsman with no spark. It ran fine then just died. It wont pull start or crank over???


I had the same problem with my sportsman 500, I replaced the cdi box and still wouldn't start then I replaced the stator, and still didn't start, then I checked my pulse coil air gap and it worked perfect after that. 0.016 to 0.040 inch sometimes the metal clip that holds the pulse coil gets slight off I guess from viberation. Mine was still tight I had took a flathead screwdriver and slightly bent the pulse coil to the proper guage. Hope this helps

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I have a 1984 Honda X200R and it's not getting a


Hi and welcome to FixYa,

On Asian versions of an 84 Honda XR200R, the CDI unit has six wires:
  • blue/yellow - pulse generator
  • black - to ignition coil
  • black/white - engine stop switch;
  • green - ground;
  • green/white - pulse generator
  • black/red - exciter/charging coil at stator.

The ignition coil has 2 wires:
  • green - ground;
  • black - to CDI

Good luck and thank you for asking FixYa.

Nov 11, 2009 | 1985 Honda XR 250 R

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Hi i have an 05 crf150f it wil not get spark at all i have replaced my coil,wiring harness but my stator is getting spark. i think it might be the rev box (cdi)please help me i am tired of fixing it over...


well the stator doesn't give spark it give voltage and if you test it and the is voltage and you have replaced all that stuff with good ones then it is your cdi box.

to test the stator for voltage take a multimeter on the ac scale and test the output of the stator while kicking the bike over if you have voltage rising and falling then your stator is fine. if not you will need to test the pick coil in the stator area for a ground pulse this is what the cdi box uses as a reference for the position of crank shaft and piston. just like a crank sensor in a car. if there is ground pulse there when you back probe the wires coming out of the pick up then your cdi is for sure the issue. if you have any more question please ask. good luck

Sep 22, 2009 | 2005 Honda CRF 150 F

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No spark at plugs but power to the coils


if you have power going in but nothing coming out.replace ignition coil as far as the pulse generator that is located by the stator coil it sends the signal to the ignition coil when to fire

Jul 18, 2009 | 1988 Honda VFR 400 R NC24

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Put new engine in carnt get a spark at plug sym jet 50cc euro 2004 model


There may be several things causing this fault (your sure the plug is fine?)

The ignition systems on these bikes are pretty basic. The Stator plate provides power to the CDI unit, which builds up until the pulser tells it to send the power to the coil and produce the spark

1. is there voltage from the stator plate (under flywheel) - you can test with a basic multimeter.

2. is the pulser sending a pulse - also can be tested with basic multimeter

3. is the CDI blown? - swap out to test

4. Is the Coil blown? - can be tested with multimeter

it is also very possible that you may have got a couple of wires mixed up when you switched engines.

Jul 04, 2009 | 2004 Sym Husky 125

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Sometimes she sparks, most of the time nothing .


Let me just ask, Does this machine have points? If so, The sonsor cand and will prevent high voltage failur.

Jun 26, 2009 | 2001 kawasaki ZX-6R Ninja

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No spark


There are a # of things that can take your spark out, first I would see if you have power to your ignition coil (100V+). If none there you need to isolate your ignition switch (unplug it or take it out of the equation) and jump your starter solenoid manually or try pushstarting the bike. If still nothing check for voltage going into your CDI box, if none check for voltage out of your stator (over 100V) and your trigger or pulse coil (over 3V). If you find voltage at the stator and not the trigger replace the trigger and vice versa. If there is voltage for both replace CDI box (but be cautious to verify good ground for CDI box and ignition coil). If you find voltage out of your CDI box (over 100V) replace your ignition coil. Good luck!

Apr 11, 2009 | 1992 Suzuki GSX-R 600

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