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Old 12-28-2008, 11:53 AM
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Default '05 800 Rev...How do I test stator and coil?

Just wondering...having trouble starting my 05 800 Rev. Wondering how to test the stator and coil and where the damn stator is?
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The stator is behind the recoil there will be some electrical plugs coming out of the case to tes read this. PXYLE gave a good example:


I have seen the wire from the DESS post, the Black/Green one, have a bad connection and cause the exact same problem, also seen bad DESS posts do that.

No need to pull the stator as you can check continuity while in the sled: check each yellow to the other yellows and you should have about 0.7 ohms ( 3 tests ) and check each yellow wire to the engine ( ground ) and you should have no continuity. If when you test from the yellows to ground and you have continuity, then you need a new stator.

Also have seen bad MPEMs do that. If you have a friend with the same year of sled, try swapping MPEMs and keys at the same time, then try DESS posts.

Just my .02....
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