Join Date: May 2009
Location: Indiana/ Michigan line at the Lake
I hope the coil didn't cook itself out. That's my only guess.
The good news is these bikes are very reliable with minimal upkeep and
maintenance. Replacement parts are usually cheap. Over the long
term you should be VERY happy with your KLR.
I just went thru my troubleshooting guide in the factory SM and with the new generation ignition, I
couldn't come up with a starting point for you to trace the problem down.
The listings were, and I hope this can help:
Battery voltage low
Plug dirty, cracked, or maladjusted
Cap or cap lead shorting
Neutral switch, sidestand switch, or interlock diodes problem
Crank sensor faulty
Ignition or stop switch shorted
Main 20 A fuse blown
Roughly same stuff listed for weak spark condition too.
This is my son, with whom I am well pleased." ----God
Last edited by CheapBassTurd; 05-16-2010 at 03:00 PM.