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post #1 of 6 Old 09-29-2016, 01:11 AM Thread Starter
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Need some help.

I have a 2000 zx6r and i cannot find out why my bike wont start. She turns over but there is no spark but there is fuel. My igniter is good, kill switch bypassed, kickstand sensor bypassed, clutch sensor bypassed, i do not have a local kawasaki dealer so getting the "plug wire things" locally... I am literally at a dead end. I do not think its my starter. Please any advice or lead helps alot please let me know
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post #2 of 6 Old 09-29-2016, 03:26 AM
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zx6 J model.

Just looked at the wiring diagram and I would be checking the timing rotor pickup coil as this tells the ECU when to let the stick coils fire a plug, and check its wiring, if that looks ok check the wires to the throttle position sensor as that is also connected to the pickup coil.

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I forgot to mention that this all started after installing my new ignition
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post #4 of 6 Old 09-30-2016, 01:13 AM
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I forgot to mention that this all started after installing my new ignition
Do you mean ignition switch ? if so then thats your problem the kawasaki ignition switch has a 100 Ohm dropping resistor in the Grey wire to the ECU to say the switch has not been hot wired.

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I did mean ignition switch. Will try that later thank you
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How to check can be found here, I know its for a zx9 but the switches are more or less the same. You may have extra wires but thats just for the tail lights.
zx-9r.net :: View topic - Ignition switch, checking & stripping

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