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My 2004 ttr 225 yamaha has almost no spark, i want to test the coil, pick up coil, CDI, n CDI starter but dont know what levels Im looking for. Also want to know the ignition diagnosis specs. Im looking for a service manual on line but Im having little luck. Thanks for you time Dawn

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It has to be 12v. the bike runs on a 12v system. before u check the cdi. check the plug. and the gaping. i had the same problem but it was the pulse coil. the ttr 225 is more of a beginer bike it comes from the factory very lean. so it might not be that you have a low spark because they are not ment to be fast they just have a low spark from the factory. check your carb and the jets. that might just be your problem. let me know how it works out.

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