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New member here looking for answers to some electrical issues. I have a 2008 Prowler XTX 700 EFI that doesn't have any spark. Replaced the coil but still nothing. Looking for a manual so I can start checking coil voltages etc. I'll try the search engine and see what I can find.
 

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Welcome Homw!
 

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Correct me if I'm wrong but doesn't the tilt sensor cut spark and fuel?
 

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Parts"UOTE=blowinsoot00;45530]Correct me if I'm wrong but doesn't the tilt sensor cut spark and fuel?[/QUOTE]

Not sure, but sounds right.
 

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After scratching my head for days and checking voltages I had pretty much decided the ECU had failed. On a whim I decided to check for spark using a tester instead of just pulling the plug and grounding it. I slipped the tester in the boot and clamped the ground on the block and turned the motor over and behold a bright spark in the sight glass. I was stunned as in 8 years of road racing motorcycles I had never seen an NGK plug with a faulted electrode. Went over to one of my race bikes and pulled a CR8E and put it in and it cranked immediately. I'll stop and get a new plug tomorrow. Thanks for the help and the manual. Feel kinda dumb as most people would have changed plug first lol but I went immediately for more complicated issues.
 

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glad you got it figured out, downtime sucks especially this time of year, at least here in the southwest.
 

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Nothing better than an easy fix! Cheers and welcome
 

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After scratching my head for days and checking voltages I had pretty much decided the ECU had failed. On a whim I decided to check for spark using a tester instead of just pulling the plug and grounding it. I slipped the tester in the boot and clamped the ground on the block and turned the motor over and behold a bright spark in the sight glass. I was stunned as in 8 years of road racing motorcycles I had never seen an NGK plug with a faulted electrode. Went over to one of my race bikes and pulled a CR8E and put it in and it cranked immediately. I'll stop and get a new plug tomorrow. Thanks for the help and the manual. Feel kinda dumb as most people would have changed plug first lol but I went immediately for more complicated issues.
Welcome to to the family. Glad you go your machine fixed and thank you for letting us know.



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Glad you got it handled now go out and ride!
 
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