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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 04-07-2010, 07:30 PM Thread Starter
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2006 Ranger XP EFI 700 (4x4) - no spark

Need some help with my side by side. Was running fine. Shut it off but went to start it an hour later and it would turn over but it has no spark whatsoever. Have dash lights etc when I turn the key on and I can get the fan and fuel pump to run (by checking pin outs on ECU) but no power to the coil. I can't locate a fuse box either so I am coming to the conclusion there isn't one? All plug ins look okay- connected fully and without any water in them. Changed spark plugs but still turns over fine but absolutely no spark. Unit is 4 years old but has less than 100hrs on it.
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so you have verified that the power is not getting to the coil?

cause that would mean.....bad stator, or wires between stator and coil
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There are 3 wires to the plug going to the coil. i put a test light on all three with key on (and turning over engine). The 2 outside wires have nothing going to them - the center wire appears to go to a ground as it shows continuity when I connect my test light to the positive terminal. Wiring diagram shows a stator but I don't see a part number on my part description.

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stator PN# 4011399



1 5412881 Seal, Flanged 1 Usage
2 5412455 Seal, Oil 1 Usage
3 1203096 Asm., Engine Cover 1 Usage
4 4011399 Stator 1 Usage
5 7517848 Screw 3 Usage
6 7555907 Washer 1 Usage
7 5412458 O-Ring 1 Usage
8 1202513 Asm., Cover, Stator 1 Usage
9 7517950 Screw 12 Usage
9 7517950 Screw 12 Usage
10 7547213 Nut 1 Usage
11 4010912 Flywheel 1 Usage
12 5245364 Bracket, Stator, Wire Holddown 1
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Okay - I see where it is now.....Think I'll check out the plug in at the housing where the stator connects to the harness. And I'll trace from the harness up. Hopefully that leads to something. Is the stator a more likely issue than the ECM?
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probably yes, although neither fail very often. i have seen a magnet or some of the magnets come off of the stator, or, probably the most common, is a wire got pulled out of the harness, pinched, or severed.

the ECM is rare to fail on your machine. but it can happen. about the only sure fire way to test the ECM is take a machine with an ECM that you know is working fine, and put that into your machine to see if the problem goes away.

but right now, im leaning on somewhere between the coils and stator.
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Mine is doing the same thing only does this after I drive it around for an hr or so and will not hit, spins over fine but no fire to plug and it has a clicking noise like it is coming from the solenoid..Next morning it will crank and run fine??
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no spark problem

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There are 3 wires to the plug going to the coil. i put a test light on all three with key on (and turning over engine). The 2 outside wires have nothing going to them - the center wire appears to go to a ground as it shows continuity when I connect my test light to the positive terminal. Wiring diagram shows a stator but I don't see a part number on my part description.

Thanks for your help!
hey man i have a 2001 polaris 500 4x4 but it only has a one wire coil and there is no spark... i have power going to the eci but there is no power going out i can not for figure it out. if you have any idea's just right me back thanks alot
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