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NoT AgAiN

Does anyone have a colored wire harness diagram for the engine and dash on one of these. All I find is one that don't show the specifics.

Please help a guy in need.

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ShaunE
On ‎5‎/‎8‎/‎2021 at 2:11 PM, NoT AgAiN said:

Does anyone have a colored wire harness diagram for the engine and dash on one of these. All I find is one that don't show the specifics.

Please help a guy in need.

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PhanDad
On 5/8/2021 at 3:11 PM, NoT AgAiN said:

Does anyone have a colored wire harness diagram for the engine and dash on one of these. All I find is one that don't show the specifics.

Please help a guy in need.

From the 1994 Simplicity Electric Info Manual:

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The above diagram hi-lights the Ignition/Shutdown wiring.  

 

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NoT AgAiN

Thank you very much greatly  appreciated.

I did try to repost, but not successful.

Never had this problem before. I changed the coils, rectifier, plugs and alternator, but still no fire. Will try searching for a short, but nothing else to try changing.

Thanks again

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PhanDad
19 hours ago, NoT AgAiN said:

Never had this problem before. I changed the coils, rectifier, plugs and alternator, but still no fire.

I would suspect the safety switches and/or interlock module.  The interlock module is shown at the bottom middle of the diagram.  It is probably keeping the magneto coils grounded.  Check pin #7 of the lower harness plug (middle right of diagram) for constant ground even if safeties are satisfied.  

The safety wiring is highlighted in this wiring diagram:

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NoT AgAiN

Thanks for all the info, I did finally get it going. It didend up being grounded and I had the gap of the coils  out a tad over. I never would had found it with out the diagram and triple checking. Must be an age moment, Thanks again, I owe you a beer or which ever.

Appreciated.

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