My Kymco Agility 125cc is having ignition problems and i'm running out of things to check. I tried changing the spark plug, changed ignition coil, changed the CDI, grounding the spark plug, checked the killswitch, looked for shorts in the ignition wiring, cleaned the flywheel magnet and pulsar coil head, AND still nothing.
I followed the diagnostics for no spark in the library section of the forum.
Can anyone compare these values to a working stator? I'm guessing its a bad stator but I wanted to check.
Blue & Yellow wire: .4 ohms resistance, produces .4v AC when turning over. White wire: .5 ohms resistance, produces 9V AC when turning over Yellow wire: .38 ohms resistance, produces 7 V AC when turning over.
I read your story with interest. Mine is similar. Where did you get the pulser coil for your Kymco 125? I can't find one online, and the local dealer says it's part of the stator assembly. Did you have to buy the whole stator assembly?
And when you got the stator, was the metal core inside the pulser coil a permanent magnet? When mine was was loose, it grabbed onto any nearby steel part.
Last Edit: Jun 18, 2012 17:51:16 GMT -6 by jtlogan