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Old 06-26-2012, 05:09 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by PFFOG View Post
First think I would do is disconnect the wire going to the kill switch AT the cdi unit plug. Could be as simple as a shorted switch.

Then check all connections and grounds, anything sitting for 30 years probably has some corrosion.
Yep, I did that, the switch is good.
also have checked, cleaned and re plugged the wiring.
I will be testing the wiring with a meter tomorrow

Just don't get why I get a spark when pressing the kill switch
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