weell im not sur of it ...can someone have the ohm and ampere specs of the cdi ...well what is supose to appear on a multimeter.......
(((350 dollars canadian the cdi,....not expensive..)hope it's not that
your best bet is to but the manual...it will tell you how to use the positive and negative leads on a ohm meter and tells you the values it should have when tested.....my clymers manual for my 88 bayou is great...I suggest investing the money in one
yes. Buy the manual, then remove coil from atv. Following the manufacturers guidlines (in the book), place the positive and negative leads from the ohm-meter to the specified parts of the coil...or cdi...or voltage regulator......if the readings do not correspond to those in the manual, replace the part......there ya go....simple
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