not without a peak voltage adapter. There's not a lot of voltage being produced by the crank sensor, and it pulses so quickly that an analog (or digital) can read it without the peak voltage adapter.
what did you eventually find to be the problem. Mine is a 4000 mule trans 4 seater kawasaki KAF620, it has spark on one cylinder only the other one no spark. If i transfer the coil pack and the spark plug to another kawasaki it will have spark. I have swapped the control module and the harness still no spark on number one cylinder. Any advice on where to go next?I have a KAF620E 3010 mule with no spark. I have been on this thing for a few days, have the service manual here, 澳门威斯尼斯人国际-主頁
I have tested the igniter on another Mule, and it's good.
Replaced the Crank sensor.
I have tested for 12V to the key switch and on to the coils and its good.
Tested ohm on coils, good.
Tested ohm on crank sensor, good.
Don't have a Peak Voltage adapter.
should I get needle deflection from an analog meter off of crank sensor when unplugged and cranking on 10v DC?