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SOURCE: xt 500 has weak spark(flywheel

It sounds to me that you have done most all of what is needed. Just take some fine sandpaper to the magnets in the flywheel. After sanding, wipe it clean, then spray it with carb cleaner to remove any possible residue. Now give the magnets a spray coating of clear polyurethane coating. The flywheel will never rust again. Replace the source coil and install a new spark plug. A plug that is carboned up can lessen spark voltage. The last item is the battery. A weak one can rob power. Please rate my answer. Thanks.

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Engine cuts out while driving. does not completely stall all the time. Mostly just bogs down to no power. No codes. red spark at coil to distributor. Fuel pressure within spec. Vacuum within spec.


Try a new coil. Red spark is not good, you need a blue snapping spark. If not the coil, better have the ignition analyzed. Possibly a bad ignition module.

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P0356 = Ignition Coil "F" circuit

Inspect spark plugs first.

Then, measure/test your HT leads to ensure they are within spec.

If the above proves ok, then suspect a bad coil pack.

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Codes P0354 P0356


P0354 = Ignition Coil "D" circuit
P0356 = Ignition Coil "F" circuit

Inspect spark plugs first.

Then, measure/test your HT leads to ensure they are within spec.

If the above proves ok, then suspect a bad coil pack




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the specs are pretty easy to find (I don't happen to have them handy, but they are on several websites). You can test them in place with a volt/ohm meter, but you need to have the ignition on for at least one of these tests.

Mine fails when the engine gets hot- both the igniter and the coil seem very heat-sensitive, and one of my cylinders has a leaky exhaust valve that causes some heat problems.

Be careful when testing, that any removed wires don't touch anything. I had to replace part of a wiring harness for that reason.

Also, consider pricing a complete distributor instead of the component parts.

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