I am getting no power from either. I am needing advice on what to do next. I performed the tests as you outlined. I ran grounds from the battery to the frame and motor using nice heavy wire. I have good voltages all the way to the coil with the coil unplugged. I need a bit more information to be able to help. We are located in Israel, Where store specializing in sports! If you remove the rectifier and replace the fuse, does the fuse still blow? I have checked all the wires to to the cdi and from the stator and I see no breaks or frays causing an open or a gnd.
I got it they lost the key and the alarm box is missing. Not once has my transaction gone smoothly from start to finish. Everything is disconnected except for the ignition system wires. I ask because if you are using an analog type, the very small amount of voltage from the trigger wire may not be noticeable. I did a continuity beep test at this green wire in the on and crank position It has continuity to ground. Which wires are left over? Swapped back in old parts, still no change.
She said there was no longer a problem without getting any information from me. Thank you for your time and have a great day. Because Chinese machines are assembled with parts from a variety of manufacturers for the same application, even in the same model and model year, cross-referencing numbers stamped on the original part is usually not possible. Is it supposed to maintain voltage? For those reasons, shopping for parts for a Chinese-built machine is largely a visual exercise: rather than ordering parts by make, model and production date, the best way to ensure that the part ordered is correct is to match the specifications of the parts. The buzzing comes from what I believe is the starting relay. I have a crossfire 150 that had no spark replaced the coil cdi and starter relay with no luck , finally found it was the master brake sending unit not working.
I tell her that I am looking at my bank web site and I have not been refunded. It offers a variety of payment options including all the major card carriers. Place the black lead of multimeter on a metal surface of the engine while using the red lead on the tips of the wires. Could my ignition switch be bad? We'll see if she actually refunds my payment. In order to ensure that you qualify for eBay Buyer Protection, we only accept payment through PayPal.
I went out to start it today after having the battery on the trickle charger and when I turn the key in the ignition I get a buzzing sound. A series circuit is frequently a circuit where components are connected along just 1 path, so the current flows through one part to reach the next one. I suppose I should get over that. Ahhhhhhhh Everything is working according to your flow chart, thank you btw , Except no spark. Attempt and tidy up the positioning reducing cable crossings.
Wow, i have ordered several parts from them for my gk13 and never had a problem guess i got lucky. I will never do business with them again, and would not recommend them to anyone on this site. This quad arrived at my shop blowing fuses as soon as battery hooked up. I have the old cdi and a new one. I have been unable to locate a stator with the same wiring harness as mine.
Thanks I have a talon 125gx. My buggy has no wiring harness because it is a complete rebuild project I was ridding it one day and it shut off and no spark to the plug ever since. Stator seems to test fine. The ignition system should all plug in for your scooter without having to modify anything. I only get a reading when the engine makes the first turn or if I just bump the starter.
Try charging your battery overnight on a trickle charger 1 to 1. The same as right now, you are researching for more knowledge about roketa 150 engine diagram, arent you? Jumping the start relay only spinning the starter, but you also need voltage to other circuits for it to run. I have the park brake set. Anyway, if anyone has or knows how to get a wiring harness for a Roketa G13 buggy that information would be apprecitated. Never have had or worked on one.
I am using a digital multimeter. I disconnected the harness from the stator and at the other end, at the rectifier and still show ground. I get spark but it is snap, snap, pause, snap, snap pause. What we will be doing here is troubleshooting these ignition parts starting at the source, and working towards the spark plug. In general it's great to put the positive + distribution to the top, and the negative - source at the base, in addition to the logical stream from left to right.
Makes sense now as testing with a digital voltmeter little to no current is drawn but soon as I connected the coil and drew current the lead would go open circuit and stay that way until next day when all cooled and probably one hair wire made contact. I rode up in to the garage and shut it down. I have double checked the switch and the kill switch. ? So I did a voltage test to see what is lighting it up my green wire going into the cdi has 12 volts with the key off but when you crank the engine or turn the key to the on position there is no voltage at this green wire. Customer service will be happy to assist with any queries.