Hi guys, I have a 1995 puma base model. I have no spark. I replaced the coil, cdi and verified that kill switch circuit going to the stator is functioning correctly. What am I missing outside replacing the stator.
Most likely as it kills the engine should the carbs freeze up and the throttle is released. It basically monitors the tension on the throttle cable and any slack in the cable activates the circuit. Remove any cover on the handlebars and there are 2 wires from the throttle that follow the steering post. In that area is a quick connector for these 2 wires. Unplug it and plug the bypass loop into the part/wires that go toward the engine. That is if the bypass plug is still with the sled. The bypass plug can be made with a similar 2 wire disconnect plug from an autoparts store by cutting off one of the plugs, stripping the 2 wires and connecting them together.Is that in the kill switch circuit?