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Thread: Kill Switch

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    Default I have a 20 hp mariner a701409

    I have a 20 hp mariner a701409 and I have spark issues the question is when I disconnect the blk/ylw kill wire and do a continuity test from it to ground I get nothing with button pushed or not but I also dont get spark when its disconnected when it was running a couple of days ago kill worked fine any ideas?

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    Default "Nelson, with the kill disconn

    "Nelson, with the kill disconnected and still getting no spark (on either cylinder) - that indicates that your problem lies elsewhere.

    No spark on either plug could be bad stator, bad trigger (more common) or bad switchbox (another likely candidate) - that is assuming that all your ignition wire connections are in decent shape...."
    Graham

    A "professional" is someone who gets paid for their work - it doesn't necessarily mean they are good at it :)

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    Default "Ohmed out the stator and trig

    "Ohmed out the stator and trigger are goos so it looks like the switch box is the candidate, I also noticed the blk/ylw from the switchbox this morning had continuity to ground as the day warmed up it does not now, so thats likely the thing, switchbox is done :-("

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    Default Now when I ohm it out today I

    Now when I ohm it out today I get nothing from the trigger wtf?

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    Default "when you ohm it out it must b

    "when you ohm it out it must be disconnected, wiggle the wires when you do to look for a broken lead. The stator usually either works or it doesn't. pull flywheel for a look"

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