More berg problems

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willie
250cc Trail Rider
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More berg problems

Postby willie » Thu Aug 25, 2016 2:11 pm

Ridding at the desert rose on Sunday. (Epic track) when all off a sudden my bike cuts out at the end of the day.
Taken her apart and it seems there is no spark. Changed plug and still the same.

What should I look for/ check and do?

She's a Husaberg 2012 te 300

It's the same at the ktm 300exc.

Thank you all in advance

Weet-rider
250cc Trail Rider
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Re: More berg problems

Postby Weet-rider » Thu Aug 25, 2016 5:23 pm

Check the HT & LT wiring harness for damage and loose connections.
Check the ignition coil with a multi meter as it's quick and easy to do (manual/youtube).
Most likely is that one of your stator coils has packed up. Take the generator cover off to inspect (when did you last clean in there? you might get a nasty surprise). Test the coils at the multi plug as per the manual, again not difficult but you will need a peak voltage meter or an adapter for a standard multi meter.
Consider the ECM only if all else ok.

muckybear
250cc Trail Rider
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Re: More berg problems

Postby muckybear » Fri Aug 26, 2016 8:11 am

Check the continuity of the "Crank Position Sensor".

If it has Injection rather than a Carburetor the give away is if you try to bump it, there is no smell of petrol from the exhaust.

If the ECU does not think the crank is going round or know where it is it will not trigger the spark or open the injector.

If its just a CDI Unit it wo'nt trip the capacitor to discharge to the Coil/ignitor.

Simples. :lol:

Disclaimer:- Other forms of failure are available

Chris Avery

willie
250cc Trail Rider
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Re: More berg problems

Postby willie » Fri Aug 26, 2016 4:47 pm

I'm going to have a crack on bank holiday Monday. I'll update and let you know how I get on. Thanks all


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