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    106 ohms okay on hall effect sensors?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricky1 View Post
    106 ohms okay on hall effect sensors?
    Yes.

    The important thing is that the measured ohms rapidly changes from ‘very high ohms’ to ‘very low ohms’ as the timing magnet inside the flywheel passes each Hall Effect sensor.

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    I guess it’s safe to assume the cdi is bad

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    just wanted to let everyone know i got the jetski running. yes the cdi box was the problem. i ordered a new one and she fired right up. i also wanted to say that i fixed my old one aswell. i put it in the oven at 300 degrees for 10 minutes and now it works like a champ. guess ill have a backup now lol. thanks everyone for the help!

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    Was the elect box flooded ?

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    i bought it with no spark but there was no signs of water. e box looks brand new inside. i think what happened was the solder points on the circuit board got small cracks in it. by heating it, it softened/melted the solder back into the cracks to make a good connection. i watched lots of videos of other people doing it and it worked for them so i said shoot ill give it a try and damn if it didnt work lol.

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    Hmm. Could you post a few pictures of the CDI ?
    I'm wondering if it is one of the aftermarket CDI's.

    Cool to hear you got it figured out and the "stove fix" worked. I have a couple CDI that "should" work, but don't for different reasons. I'll need to try heating them up.

    Would you be willing to test the voltage on the brown wire with the old CDI ? I'm wondering if that changed after the heating process. Having 9v is a bit unusual,and about the only thing out of the ordinary from the tests you posted, it is typically around 8v.


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