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Honda cbr f3 no Spark

So, i dont have spark on my f3, 12 voltage into coils, about 10 when cranking, plugs new, battery new, tested coils and plug wires all good, tested killswitch,ignition switch, kickstand safety switch, which is operating corrently itself but something lets bike crank with stand down,? im getting so frustrated :D

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Volts while cranking is not an accurate measure and means nothing. Its only low because it’s drawing power.

Check the pickup coil and its wiring

Posted on Feb 03, 2019

Testimonial: "but its not caused by any of these suspects like killswitch, sidestand switch am i correct? because it gets power"

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    mike Feb 03, 2019

    It could be in the key switch or kill switch but not the clutch switch. The kickstand switch could do it as well but would only be a problem if its in gear it would not effect starting in neutral. More common tho is an issue in the wiring or ground connections.

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    Ville Feb 04, 2019

    pulse generator seems to be okay +460 ohms,but cover is so scuffed, previous owner might crashed the bike, its fixed with chemical metal,from outside and inside, it doesnt even have the big "bolt" in the middle if u know what im mean lmao, and pulse generator is cracked a bit from the attachment point but i dont believe that can cause any problems, isnt wiring just from pulse to cdi? if so that seems to be okay, going to install new Dyna 2000 ignition,

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    Ville Feb 04, 2019

    soon

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    Ville Feb 04, 2019

    but it used to work with the same cover, havent really done anything for the bike, and it just backfired and quit sparking,

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    Ville Feb 04, 2019

    its a stunt bike so i dont need anything expect bike to run,

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    mike Feb 04, 2019

    If you say the pulse generator is cracked then I would without a doubt replace it.

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    Ville Feb 04, 2019

    Yeah ordered a dyna 2000 so it has new pulse, and dyna doesnt need any safety switches so im pretty sure it will run, which one of the grounds is grounding coils?

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Did you check the stator

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10 volts when cranking is not enough

Posted on Feb 02, 2019

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    steve Feb 02, 2019

    that may be but you have a low voltage problem. you can start by unplugging and cleaning connectors from the coils all the way to the ignition switch. new battery voltage should be at least 12.4 volts at rest. 10 cranking is too low

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    Ville Feb 02, 2019

    + it has like 12,6 rest, + i tried with 2 battery, and still nothing

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    steve Feb 02, 2019

    ive already explained what you need to do here. good luck

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Okay, let's have a look at it. Say Ahaaa.
The probable cause of the problem is not the spark. Get a fresh set of Stock NGK spark plugs, ground the plus to the engine, and check each cylinder for spark as the starter button is pressed for 3 seconds or so. I will wager that the spark is present.

The likely problem is the fresh gas was put into a very rusty gas tank. Bits of rust now inhabit your carb and are having fun plugging up the carb. Look at the gas valve. With a little luck there is a small bowl behind the valve. Remove it and tell me what you see in the bowl.

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I have problem with coil not working. In the morning,car with not start, but if I run a wire from battery to (+) to coil (+) will start. the rest of day no problem,car will start. but next morning same problem no spark from coil. c

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With a volt meter,check for positive 12V on the coil.

post to body metal ground when the KEY is at on position.

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Check alarm for ignition and/or start cut off.

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Hi, Racer221 and the usual suspects are:
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4. Loose connection at ignition coil or plug between ignition sensor and module.
5. Spark plug cables in bad condition, shorting/leaking, spark plug cable connections loose check for spark leakage in the dark.
6. Faulty ignition coil or electronic control module.
7. Faulty pulse coil.
8. Faulty CKP, CMP, or BAS sensor.
9. Faulty ignition switch.
10. Faulty run/off switch
11. Tilt sensor needs a reset.
12. Security alarm failing to disarm needs reset
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