Hi all, just picked up a 2004 predator and am having some problems getting it running. Already replaced ignition coil and kill switch assembly. I tested all kill switches, including the brake button so the starter can engage, and am still not getting it to crank on a jump pack. I also tested the relay and am getting a resistance level of 90 ohms, which according to my research means it should be able to operate fine. Regardless of whether or not the electric start is working, I am still not getting spark. I saw something about the white and blue wire going to the coil needing a ground. I tested it and am getting a reading of 9 ohms, shouldn't it read 0? I even shot starter fluid into the cylinder with the spark plug out, put it back in, and when kicked over, I didn't even get a pop out of it. Any thoughts or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Electrical problems are a headache and I've spent the last 3 hours tinkering with it in the cold, I am about ready to try and get rid of it.