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    Your EMM likely requires repair. HiPeRcO would...

    Your EMM likely requires repair. HiPeRcO would be my recommendation for such. See post #12.
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    The stator and flywheel magnets are OK. Check...

    The stator and flywheel magnets are OK.

    Check the DC voltage on the white/red wire (21/45 vdc power supply), as HiPeRcO suggested in post #12. The white/red wire feeds power to each of the...
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    1. Disconnect the small plug from the EMM, which...

    1. Disconnect the small plug from the EMM, which is the stator wiring harness.

    2. Identify the pins for each section of the stator, from the link I gave you post #3.

    3. Similar to measuring...
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    Possibly. I'd suggest you check the AC voltage...

    Possibly. I'd suggest you check the AC voltage output of each stator section. An open stator section(s) or magnet separation from the flywheel could be other causes.
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    It appears you have an open stator section. This...

    It appears you have an open stator section. This would coincide with the previous symptoms you reported.

    The only thing that is powered from the 12 volt battery system, on a Direct Injected (DI)...
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    Your symptom of having to prime with gasoline to...

    Your symptom of having to prime with gasoline to start is a known Engine Management Module (EMM) failure. However, first check the DC voltage on the white/red wire (21/45 VDC power supply) that...
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