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|09-24-2009, 07:41 PM||#1|
Join Date: Mar 2008
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seeking advice. sv650 dead front cyl. not flooded
i have done the flooded front cylinder job a few times with success, and have long since determined that this is not that issue. i replaced both spark plugs last weekend and replaced the front coil today. the front cylinder has a little bit of water in it right now from rain. i had the plug hole filled with a rag, which was pretty wet due to all the rain we have had recently.
anyways, i'm more than a bit frustrated with this issue right now.
anyone have any ideas?
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|09-25-2009, 08:28 AM||#3|
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Pull the front plug wire and put a plug in it and ground it to the cylinder. Turn the engine over. Do you have spark?
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