|06-30-2012, 03:06 PM||#1|
Joined: Apr 2010
K75 has no spark
I just replaced the clutch and got it all closed up. It started and ran on the table before I took it all apart.
Fuel pump and injectors seem to be doing their jobs. Turns over strong. No spark to be had.
The coils seem to check out (~10k ohms)
The coils seem to be getting power (~12v) and they seem to be getting signal when the engine is cranking.
New plugs haven't helped.
I doubt I managed to bugger up all 3 plug wires at the same time, but I guess it could have happened
I put dielectric grease on all electrical connections on reassembly. Is it possible for this to cause problems?
I'm thinking I might have managed to somehow kill the EFI brain or one of its wires, but I don't think it talks much with the ECU that controls spark. And I never touched the ECU box.
Any ideas? I'll buy the beer if you can bring over your K75 so I can swap and check parts.
EDIT: I didn't replace the "guardian bell" that the PO had left attached to the bike. Will that cure my problems?
2010 Honda NT700V-Red
KungPaoDog screwed with this post 07-01-2012 at 12:36 AM
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