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Re 1994 klf 300c atv.How many ohmes in the pickup coil and is the gap adjustable?I am reading only .25 volts Output in each lead while cranking

New battery,ign. Coil and cdi,bypassed all switches

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Is that ac or dc volts? You should be checking for ac volts.

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Check the coil wire from coil to distributor cap.

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Fill to 3/4 full in the glass.

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what comes out of CDI box? if you have it going in it is rectified and more will come out. If not change CDI

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have your already check the high tension wire and the distributor cap maybe the contacts have corrosion in it. Try cleaning it with a sand paper of the contact point on the distributor if you have.

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It sounds like you know what you're doing. The two things I did not see covered are: do you have fire at the spark plugs: you checked the efi fuse but I see no indication that fuel to the cylinders has been verified. Have you pulled a spark plug to see if fuel is reaching the cylinders?

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