06 banshee magneto has power but no spark at plug?
The magneto has 2 separate outputs - 1 to the ignition and 1 to the accessories (AKA Lights). If you are sure that you have power coming from both parts, then you need to check your switches (On/off switch and Key Switch).
If they test OK, then check your spark plug wires for continuity. If that is OK, then you need to check your coil (There are coil tests on youtube).
If your coil is functional, then the last thing to replace is the CDI. Unfortunately, there aren't any tests for that. It is either good or bad. You can and should check the pickup gap for the CDI - (Distance between the pickup and the flywheel at a predetermined point - typically a thicker or raised point on the flywheel).
The magneto armature is attached to the crankcase next to the flywheel. It can be located by following the spark plug wire. This leads directly from the spark plug to the magneto. Read More
If you have access to a spark tester, use it. Otherwise, remove the spark plug, reconnect it to the spark plug wire, and rest the tip or threads on a good engine ground, AWAY from the spark plug hole. Attempt to start it, and watch for spark. If none, replace the spark plug and try again. If still no spark, the magneto coil may be faulty. Read More
air gap improperly set between fly wheel and magneto, bad coil, spark plug harness. Would not hurt to check the spark plug gap and ensure the connector end is tight Read More
I believe its .020 with a magneto. Read More
No, a magneto is what creates electricity to send to the spark plug. Without a magneto, any gasoline engine will not run because it will not have a spark. Read More
There is a "Flywheel" inside the motor that has a large magnet on it. This magnet passes a "Magneto" and that passing (EMF, Electro-motive force) causes a high voltage charge to provide power to the plug. Read More
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Fouled spark plug(s). Read More
Check the spark plug. It could be flooded. Clean the carb Read More
No--a voltage regulator would prevent a battery charging. Your dirtbike most likely has a magneto, feeding a coil or spark exciter. Test park by pulling spark plug, reinserting plug into plug wire, grounding electrode on motor head, and turning over engine. You should get a "blue," audible spark. A weak yellow spark indicates a bad coil; no spark is usually a failed magneto--quite often the shear-pin has been sheared, and the magneto is now out… Read More
A magneto is an electrical power generating device which operates without the need for a battery to energize the coils. A magneto uses permanent magnets to induce an electrical current, which is "pulsed" Direct Current [DC]. These pulses are controlled [by "points" in the "old" days] to "time" the pulses to the coil primary winding coil, which the creates the high voltage ignition pulse which is delivered to the spark plug[s]. Read More
If a car shakes and loses power when idling it can be the spark plug. If a spark plug is fouling, it can cause power losses. Read More
Basically the magneto/coil pack is probably defective or the spark plug, pull the flywheel pull chord assembly and possible fuel tank assembly, the part is mounted on top of the engine below the rewind coil area....follow the spark plug wire backwards. Be sure to keep the spark plug disconnected while working on any magneto type engine, maintain the proper gap between the coil and the flywheel, for quick reference to gap use a match book… Read More
You probably need a new coil/magneto. Follow the plug wire to it. If it's a magneto you can try a little sand paper to clean off the flywheel magnet and the magneto points of contact. They aren't touching the magneto so you can get some paper in there. If it's a coil, you will need a new one. Read More
What is the correct spark plug set up for a 1998 jeep Cherokee Laredo. Which wire goes to which spark plug from the spark plug to the distibutor cap A diagram would be helpful?
this site will provide you with an answer to your question?? A spark plug is an electrical device that fits into the cylinder head of some internal combustion engines and ignites compressed aerosol gasoline by means of an electric spark. Spark plugs have an insulated center electrode which is connected by a heavily insulated wire to an ignition coil or magneto circuit on the outside, forming, with a grounded terminal on the base of the… Read More
A spark plug is the part of an internal combustion engine which forms a high-voltage spark which ignites the fuel-air mixture to begin the power stroke. Read More
What causes a yellow spark at the plug of a Chevy 350 you have power to the coil and the ignition control module It has a crisp blue spark from the plug wire but not at the plug?
poor spark plug gap bad wires or weak coil or bad spark plugs Read More
Either you plug is bad, the cable is bad, or the key way in the bike is bad, also the generator is off its set position or the contact. Read More
does it have spark to the plug if not the part you might check would be the coil or the electronic start module probably the latter if it is a newer mower or of ots older then the coil magneto usually dont go bad could be a bad gap between the coil and the magneto if its an older mower could be a bad set of points if its an older mower point gap could… Read More
It is a magneto, a little piece under the flywheel cowl with two metal tabs that almost touch the side of the flywheel. Embedded in the flywheel is a magnet that provides a signal to the magneto each time it comes around to fire the spark plug. Read More
PROBABLY SHORTING OUT THE SPARK PLUGS AND/OR SPARK PLUG WIRES. HAPPENED TOO ME SEVERAL TIMES. DRY THE DISTRIBUTOR CAP, SPARK PLUG WIRES AND CHECK IF THERE IS WATER IN THE SPARK PLUG CAVITIES. Read More
A spark plug, tork is something that sparks to run but the torque gives it extra power because it is a cadillac Read More
If u mean still gets power as in compression and sprays fuel? then your problem is your spark plug check if your spark plug is working simply by unscrew it put the spark plug housing on and lay it on the head of the engine of the car. (make sure that the metal part on the side of the spark plug is touching the head of the engine) if you have no spark then get… Read More
0.6 to 0.7mm (0.024 to 0.028 inch) Previous answer was wrong! Sorry about that, that was for a "Warrior" 1987-2001 & up. For Banshee it's 0.7 to 0.8mm (0.028 to 0.031 inch) This is for 1987-2001 & up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Read More
Sounds like you have a weak spark or a fouled plug that is not burning the fuel completely and the fuel is escaping into the muffler via the exhaust valve. This could be dangerous (heat + fuel = danger). Check the spark plug, the spark plug wire, etc for a good spark - the contacts on the magneto could be dirty or rusty too. Another reason could be a stuck fuel float in the carburetor… Read More
I have been rebuilding a 4 stroke Tecumseh engine and I was wandering just what does a condenser do in the ignition system? The condenser stores the charge that the magneto makes until it is time for the spark plug to fire. The points control how long the magneto charges the coil and they also give the signal to the fire the plug. Read More
If you mean that the wire came out of the boot, then pull the boot off of the spark plug and use a spark plug socket to remove the spark plug. Read More
spray wd 40 on electrics check spark by connecting spare spark to HT lead and placing plug body against engine body and kickstarting. Check spark jumps across gap. If no spark check battery for electrolyte and spark is not tracking on coil top.If magneto ignition check that points are opening to correct gap Read More
No , on the Ford Ranger 2.3 L and 2.5 L with 2 spark plugs per cylinder , 1 spark plug fires on the power stroke of the engine cylinder and the 2nd spark plug fires on the exhaust stroke of the engine cylinder to reduce emissions Read More
I have recently had no spark from my 99 yamaha banshee, i went threw everything, redid my wiring, got a new cdi box, checked my kill switch, i pretty much did everything you could, until i had toke the boot off the coil (it unscrews) the part that goes over the spark plug, and what i did was eliminated the boot and just put the spark plug in the coil, and then checked for spark… Read More
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Its Fords twin plug ignition system - one spark plug fires on the power stroke and the other plug fires on the exhaust stroke to reduce emissions Read More
Easiest way is to remove the spark plug from the motor, plug it into the spark plug wire and lay the metal part against the frame and hit the starter button or use the kicker to kick it over a couple of times. You should see a Blue spark, and it is easiest with two people, one with the kicker/starter and one watching for the spark. P.S. don't touch the plug, you can get a… Read More
look up spark plug wikipedia. more surface area of spark equals more gas burnt efficiently equals more power/torque more surface area of spark equals wider spark gap which requires higher voltage to make a spark across the gap Read More
The required spark plug for a 50 hp outboard engine would depend on the make, and year model of the engine. Read More
To change the spark plugs in a Chevy Celebrity: 1. Give the spark plug boot a twist to free it up from the spark plug, then pull on the boot to remove the spark plug wire from the spark plug. 2. Use a 5/8" spark plug socket with an extension and ratchet or breaker bar to loosen then remove the spark plug. 3. Set the gap on the new plug to .045" then screw it… Read More
It could be any number of things but I would check them in this order. 1. turn key on 2. check the connection of the spark plug to the wire 3. see if the spark plug has proper gap and isn't totaly fouled 4. check to see if the magneto is rusty or wet or dammaged 5. check other wireing connections to see if there clean and conneced. 6. check all other electical components to… Read More
Power to coil? Bad spark plug wire? Bad cap or rotor? Please, pick your choice...... Read More
A bad spark plug or spark plug wire can cause your engine to miss and lack power. A bad fuel injector or dirty fuel injector can also cause the problem. Read More
Give the spark plug boot a twist to free it from the spark plug then pull it off of the spark plug by the boot. Read More
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You have spark to your spark plug but you don't seem to have power to injectors 6 and 7 How do you find the power supply for them?
To find the power supply look at a schematic for the fuel injection system in a service manual for the vehicle they are in. Read More
Spark plug wire not connected to spark plug? Spark plug wire connected to Wrong spark plug? Vacuum line disconnected? Bad spark plug or wire? Read More