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I have been tuning in my 1977 Kawasaki KE175 the last few weeks. I got everything running great, it was idleing well and all the electronic components seemed to work. I adjusted my throttle cable before the last ride and must have forgotten to tighten the cable adjustment. It became loose and i noticed my bike shooting up to 4,000 RPM, I decided to slow down, pull over. I hit the killswitch in order to re adjust the cable. Upon killing the bike i readjusted cable, and now the bike has lost all spark and all the electrical components. After checking killswitch where should I go from there. Any help on this topic or issue would be highly appreciated as for such a simple issue it sure is causing quite the headache.
 

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All evidence points to the Kill Switch. Test it and report back with the results please.
 

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Cleaned Killswitch, it seems to run great now. I re-solder the connections and it seemed to work.
 
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