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KTN 450 EXC Electric Checks.

Resistance checks: Ignition Coil Measure Cable colours Resistance primary coil blue/white ground 0.30 15% secondary coil blue/white ignition wire 6.30 k 20% Stator Ignition Measure cable colours Resistance Pulser coil red green 100 20 4K-3B (2004 model but yours will be similar?) Exciter black/red red/white 15 3 Charge coil ground yellow 0.65 0.15 white yellow 0.16 0.03 Voltage checks Measuring conditions: cold engine seat and tank removed all connectors and the ground connection in a non-corroding condition, connectors tightly connected battery loaded (if installed) and light switch turned off the gap between the rotor and pulse generator must be set to 0.75 mm compression release lever pulled kick the kick starter forcefully at least 5 times for each measurement Check the pulse generator for an output signal two-pin connector with green and red cable colors: Apply the red measuring lead to the green cable and the black measuring lead to the red cable, disconnect the CDI unit Multimeter display: 4.5 volts +/- 0.5 volt Same measurement with CDI unit connected Multimeter display: 3 volts +/- 0.5 volt Check the generator charging coil for ignition capacitor charge two-pin connector with black/red and red/white cable colors : Apply the red measuring lead to the black/red cable and the black measuring lead to the red/white cable, disconnect the CDI unit Multimeter display: 30 volts (35 volts for 400 SX) +/- 5 volts Same measurement with CDI unit connected Multimeter display: 200 volts +/- 10 volts Check the primary voltage output for ignition coil control for output voltage (blue/white cable color):

Apply the red measuring lead to the black/white cable (ground) and the black measuring lead to the blue/white cable, CDI unit and ignition coil connected Multimeter display: 200 volts +/- 10 volts Yellow wire feeds ac to the lights, white wire charges battery (via regulator/rectifier) Checking the generator output Measuring conditions: cold engine seat and tank removed all connectors and the ground connection in a non-corroding condition, connectors tightly connected battery loaded (if installed) and light switch turned off compression release lever pulled kick the kick starter forcefully at least 5 times for each measurement Check the generator output for voltage between the following cable colors: between yellow and brown (ground), loom disconnected Multimeter display: 15 volts +/- 1 volt same measurement with loom connected Multimeter display: 12 volts +/- 1 volt between white and brown (ground), loom disconnected Multimeter display: 19 volts +/- 1 volt same measurement with loom connected Multimeter display: 14 volts +/- 1 volt NOTE: The black measuring lead of the peak voltage adapter must be applied to the ground. Check regulator rectifier output voltage cable colors yellow/red, regulator rectifier bk connected, capacitor disconnected (if installed) and fuse bm removed: between yellow/red and brown (ground) Multimeter display: 14 volts +/- 1 volt NOTE: The black measuring lead of the peak voltage adapter must be applied to the ground. For facilitation of work, the regulator rectifier bk can be detached from the frame.

Checking the voltage regulator-rectifier A defect voltage regulator can cause different kinds of trouble: No voltage in the circuit In this case, the voltage regulator must be disconnected at idle speed. The voltage regulator is defect if the power consumers now work properly. If the power consumers are still not supplied with power, the switch, the wiring harness or the ignition system must be checked for defects. Excessive voltage in the circuit

The bulbs burn out. In this case the voltage regulator must be replaced. Checking the charging voltage NOTE: The values stated below only apply to fully charged batteries (minimum charging level 90%). Start the engine and switch on the low beam. Connect a voltmeter to both battery connections. Accelerate the engine to a speed of 5000 rpm and read the voltage. Nominal value: 14.0 - 15.0 V In the case of a significant deviation from the nominal value: Check the connector between the stator and the voltage regulatorrectifier and the connector between the voltage regulator-rectifier and the cable tree. Check the stator. Replace the voltage regulator-rectifier