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2002 RM125 no spark

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I need a little help with my 2002 RM125. It has no spark and I have already checked the plug, kill switch and coil. All of which have checked good. I tried to check th CDI but my manual is for an 2003 and the CDI on a 2003 has 12 pins while a 2002 only has 8 pins. I did find what I think is a problem with my stator. I get the following readings green - red 100 ohms. My book for the 03 says 75-125 ohms so I think I am good here. The red/white wire and black/red wire read 25K ohms which I think is bad. The book for the 03 says my range should be 18-30 ohms. Does anyone have the specs for the stator on an 02 and have the procedure to check the CDI? Thanks.

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Double check all the wiring for bad connections. My 02 250 has a connection inside the harness that was corroded and caused no spark and drove me crazy until I found it. I think stator amount readings are not as important as getting a short or no reading. No reading would be a bad stator/shorted onto itself. Are you sure 25k ohms? That may be a bad/weak connection inside the stator though.

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I am sure about the resistance readings. I checked it 4 times. I am going to bring home my fluke model 87 from work which has a peak voltage setting. I will check the resistance again with it and try to do a voltage check according to the manual. I will also check all the connections again and post my findings. Thanks for the input.

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I doubled checked all the connections and they all looked good. I confirmed my resistance readings with another meter. I am still leaning towards the stator but would like to know the corect procedure to check the CDI. Does anyone have this for a 2002 RM125? If it is the stator that is bad where is the best place to buy one? I checked the Rickystator website and they do not show one for a 2002 or later RM125.

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