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    • you did state it would crank before, but did not say it would run. why was a new carburetor put on?  was the carburator OEM? is the starter good? have you tried jumping the jumping the solenoid to see if the starter works and it will still crank? im a bit rusty, on diagnosing. 
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    • I have a 2007 Honda foreman a new carburetor was put on before it was put on it would crank no problem but since putting it on there is no spark. I have put a new battery,  new ignition coil, wire, spark plug, and new cdi box, but there is still no spark any help would be much appreciated thanks. 
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