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post #41 of 45 (permalink) Old 11-14-2012, 06:22 AM
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TPS = Throttle Position Sensor.

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ok figured that out. Thank You Trying to get a 96 700 efi 2 up built for my wife for this season. I put new rings in the motor and then back in the sled and now don't have spark. I have followed every instruction . Even replaced the computer. I don't have anti freeze in it or water . Tell me there is a sensor shutting off the ingition because it doesn't have water ? Other wise I fricking give up. Everything shows it should run all om readings everything. Volts on battery everything. I am ready to switch it over to a carb sled tomorrow.
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is there any way to get the coil to fire off. Can power be put to the trigger switch to get the coil to fire.
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If the ECU is not throwing any codes, the problem is not there.
No spark would be a bad switch,bad coil, bad wire caps to plugs, bad CDI, or bad stator.
You need to get in there with a good multi-meter and start testing components.

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Did you have the flywheel off? I had a similar problem last year with my Big Pantera! There are only 2 connectors that are the same, I had them reversed!
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