I am wondering where i can find how to test the cdi on a 96 zrt 600 i checked stator and it test good but still no spark i have bypassed the kill switch and the throttle safety switch checked all grounds and connections
What else am i missing
What were the stator ohms? With the jumper wire in it check for spark. If no spark 90% of the time it is stator, about 6% of the time it is the trigger, about 2% of the time it is a bad ground and about 1% of the time it is a bad cdi or 1% of the time bad coils. If you have weak spark it could be the ends of the spark plug wires need trimming...that usually doesn't cause a no spark condition.
Checking the stator now i have on the green to white i have 431 ohms the black/red to white i have 452 ohms and green to black/red i have 20 ohms its about 60 in the garage on the trigger i read 94 ohms what ya think
Trigger and high speed coils are ok. The low speed coil measuring 431 is what I call in the "grey area". Most OEM stators are good when they are in the 435-450 range (any used OEM stator doesn't measure 450...usually even the good ones will measure 445-448) so when you start talking about a low speed coil measuring 431...it is just one of those instances where it is "on the edge". I can't say with certainty whether it is good or bad. If you are having a no spark conditionand you've already tried the jumper wire....it is either the trigger, stator, cdi or coils. The trigger ohms show ok...but sometimes it too could be bad. So, in summary...I can't pin point your exact issue...but at the very least the low speed side of the stator is suspect....but that is as far as I can commit to.