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March 12th, 2015, 05:10 AM   #1
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Fe 570 no spark

Hey my 570 suddenly died when i rode it on the street...

Now the spark is gone...

Have measured all the fuses..OK....fuse 2 has 12v all the time..1,3,4 has power when i crank it...

And the ECU gets power as well..

Have changed parts:

Ignition coil
Stator
Regulator/rectifier
ECU
spark plug

Had the wire loom removed and fixed the junction with the red/white wires....one wire was broken.... so now the power is back..but still no spark...

FI error light blinks 2 times.....Manual says pulser/pickup coil fault.

When i crank the engine and measure the wire that goes to the ignition coil its 0,32V.

Measured pulser coil and it was 95 ohms...(should be around 100 i think)
So seems OK right? Still a change it could be the pulser??


More broken wires in the loom??

Any ideas??
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March 12th, 2015, 05:37 AM   #2
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Measure between pin 3(white yellow) and pin 9 (white/blue) of the ecu plug you should have 80-120 ohm. Unplug the crank pulse generator measure again and you should have 0 ohm. Measure both wires to ground and battery + ( disconnect battery first!) both should read 0 ohm.

If none of that is out of order check the woodruff key on your flywheel.
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Measured between pin 3 and pin 9: 96 ohm ..check

Unplugged the pulse generator and measured again: 0 ohm ..check


Measured pin 9 to:
+ and got 0 ohm
ground and got 104 ohm


Measured pin 3 to:
+ and got 0 ohm
ground and got 7,5 ohm

Soooo it should be 0?? whats causing this?
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oh had the pulse generator plugged in then i measured the pins to - and +

disconnected it and it was 0 ohm to ground and +


Checked the woodruff key on the flywheel and it looked fine.....


Checked the back of the pulser coil...a little "hole" in the wire...could oil enter and cause it to malfunction?


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Thats it right there, if you have continuity to ground through either of the pulse coil wires that will be the cause of the problem, if disconnecting your pulse generator gives infinite resistance then you know its your pulse gen that has a short to ground.
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Problem solved! The spark is back!

Yes the pulser coil had a short to ground....

There were some metal shavings stuck around the red wire (pink line)

Thanks for the help!!!

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You're welcome, hope you have fun throwing roost!
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Did you have to repair the part or replace? I have an intermittent cutting out problem I'll have to start troubleshooting soon.
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Part seems to be OK...just gonna put some superglue or something in the "hole" and see if it works....if same happens again ill just order a new one..atleast now i know where to look...
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Well I finally started digging into this electrical issue I've been having ( intermittent ignition cutting out for 1-3 seconds, occurring from 0-3 times per hour long ride. Once it took a few minutes to restart, every other time it has fired before even coming to a stop. )

I have been dreading this, thinking how hard it might be to trace down this issue. Well I started by thinking I'd clean up the battery terminals. When I was removing the starter relay I found a loose connection! I'm really hoping this is what has been causing the issue. Too late to get out for a ride now.

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