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Resistance between phases - '03 Rancher 350 FE

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Hey all, just wanted to see if anyone knew offhand the target Ohm readings on the stator phases for the 03+ rancher 350 FE model. I'm having issues getting this one to provide juice up near the coil and i am currently tracing the issue up the harness. I have browsed the Service Manual but could not find a measurement for this. Other than that, I have tried baking the CDI, testing the pulse generator and just test-lighting the connections to the coil. I'm just getting started here, so any tips would be appreciated!

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Page 17-6 of the service manual-

 

Should be .1 to 1 ohm between yellow stator legs @ 68 degrees temperature 

and no continuity between ground and yellow stator legs

 

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Don't know how I missed that.. thank you. Stator looks to be good. Trying to follow the diagram to test the kill switch now.

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Do you have a no spark issue?

If so you might want to your check voltage regulator,-a common no spark problem

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Ok, let us know what you find

Dont forget to check that voltage regulator

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Well, nothing good so far. Putting things back together so i can crank the motor, now i have both neutral and reverse lights on at the same time and no (ES) shifter. I can crank the motor normally though, so im very confused.

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Actually that blown ignition fuse will cause your neutral and reverse light to be on and a no spark condition

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Well that might be a good sign for me then. I'm just wondering why I'm just now getting the lights on together, lol!

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So if you replace the fuse you should only have the neutral light on it and possibly have spark-

Are you sure the fuse wasn’t blown before?

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As soon as i went back out to start working again it started thunderstorming, so out came the tarp. I will keep posted here on the fuse situation when it calms down. Thanks for the help so far!

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21 hours ago, AKATV said:

So if you replace the fuse you should only have the neutral light on it and possibly have spark-

Are you sure the fuse wasn’t blown before?

 

Just wanted to thank you again for your time yesterday, AKATV. I went and got the fuse replaced and finished putting everything back together, and it actually has spark now! Ran really good for a few seconds on ether. I guess cleaning all the connectors or maybe baking the CDI alleviated the issue. 🤷‍♂️

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Glad to hear that you got it going!

Hope to see you around here

 

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