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    Senior Member Strangeday's Avatar
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    I have decide to break down….and send it to the shop….
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    The ignition system consists of two dual plug wire coils an ignition module and a hall sensor mounted on the front of engine.
    The first step should be making sure the ignition module has power when the key is turned on. You would need a wiring diagram.
    If I remember correctly the test procedure for the ignition module and the hall sensor in the Clymer manual I had was to
    "replace with a known good part".
    The ignition module is available aftermarket I'm not sure about the hall sensor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strangeday View Post
    I have decide to break down….and send it to the shop….
    That isn't the way the handy-mans code of conduct works buddy. You have to leave it in pieces in the garage for at least 2 more years, and lose 3 or 4 pieces before you can send it to the shop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blacksmithden View Post
    That isn't the way the handy-mans code of conduct works buddy. You have to leave it in pieces in the garage for at least 2 more years, and lose 3 or 4 pieces before you can send it to the shop.
    Yeah, well I tried duct tape…..no luck
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