FIND THE ANSWERS

Have an 1986 Honda Spree. All of a sudden no spark. New coil, new CDI, kill switch good. How do I check to see if the stator faulty?

Answer this question

  • Have an 1986 Honda Spree. All of a sudden no spark. New coil, new CDI, kill switch good. How do I check to see if the stator faulty?


Answers

Answer #1 | 07/04 2017 00:55
Could be something as simple as a defective spark plug cap. Don't waste your money buying unnecessary parts. The regulator/rectifier is only used to charge the battery. It has absolutely nothing to do with the spark plug firing. There is a "pulse coil" near the stator. #2 http://www.partsfish.com/oemparts/a/hon/506b9cbff870023420a20097/alternator It acts like a set of points and tells the coil when to fire the spark plug. A service manual is necessary to learn of the specs to test it.
Positive: 76.923076923077 %
Answer #2 | 06/04 2017 20:42
Could be the stator or the regulator/rectifier. You need a multimeter. Check the voltage to the battery first, should read about 13.5V-14.5V with the engine RUNNING (ha-ha). Check the voltage from the stator to the rec/reg engine running. So, replace the reg/rect first and hopefully that's good, If not the stator is next.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #3 | 07/04 2017 04:59
Now you wanna check stuff? Thought you were using the random replacement method of troubleshooting. You sure it ain't got a magneto with, like, a lighting coil? Hazya got a shop book? Them's got troubleshootin' and, like, circuit descriptions, dude.
Positive: 44.444444444444 %

Possible answer