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Old 08-09-2021, 01:30 PM
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gripe 1998 KX60 will not start NO SPARK

KX60 1998. So my question is what should the stator resistance measure ... The service manual isn't that clear because it combines the KDX 80 with the readings in the resistance chart that is in the service manual and doesn't call out the wires that are on the KX60 to be checked...it got me confused. The 2 wires that come off the stator are Black with red stripe and Black with white stripe.. I am measuring 84 ohms...in accordance with the chart I am guessing it should be between 368 and 552 ohms...so with a measurement of 84ohms I think it is to low and is the issue creating the no spark at the plug but before i send it out to be repaired i would like to know if the reading I am getting is not correct and is to low. Was thinking if someone can check theirs and those to wires or can tell me that the reading is bad at 84ohms from experience, any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Have you already OHM tested the coil?
Readings?

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Old 08-09-2021, 04:40 PM
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Yes I did and it is 89 ohms..just did it before I shot this out...
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Is that primary or secondary side reading? Both reading are needed.

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There is only one coil on the 1998 KX60.
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Old 08-11-2021, 08:52 AM
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There is only one coil on the 1998 KX60.
Right, but every coil has a primary side and a secondary side, both of which have different specs.
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Ok I see the confusion here and what you guys are over looking from my original statement...I am only talking about the the stator which only has one coil, I am not talking about the coil that goes to the spark plug which has primary and secondary coils..and yes that coil is in spec...So I want to know is what the resistance for the spec for the 1998 KX60 across the one coil on the stator plate should be?
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