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Been scrounging the forums for a couple hours now and have hit a bit of a dead end, hoping someone here might be able to fill in some holes in my research. I have the cbr gauge wired in for everything except for temp. The sensor(37760-MT2-003) on the bottom left of the vfr rad is to turn on the fan and I can just leave that as is right? (does it depend on the other sensor or will it just turn on whenever it wants to?) If so, is it the little gold sensor(37750-PC1-004) that screws into the temperature casing(19311-MZ6-730) that I have to replace? Now assuming those are both correct, do I need to buy a koso sensor or is there a factory honda sensor that screws in? Looks like it just has to be the right size/threading and have two prongs. Thank you! and much love to Fotomoto and everyone that contributed to his post.
I recently acquired a 1993 VFR750. Little rough, but good price and figured it'd be a nice project bike. I'll link the thread that the previous owner posted trying to figure it out, but basically he let it set for a couple years, and when he got back to it, the ugly starter clutch was problem arose. After he replaced it, it cranked over fine, but no spark. Since then the ICM and pulse gen coils have been replaced, and we have both been through all the troubleshooting in the manual, and still nothing.
Not sure if this is the right topic, but I bought new pulse gen coils and went to test them according to the manual, and apparently they test bad. I was hoping anyone with a running bike could take a minute and do me a favor by measuring the resistance on their 4 pin plug? Manual says to "measure the resistance between white/yellow-yellow and yellow-white/blue terminals." the resistance should be between 200-400 ohms, but both my old and new one are reading 300 on the first, and if im measuring right, no continuity on the second set. my problem is it appears that the second set is one wire from each coil, and there doesn't seem like there should be any continuity anyways. hopefully this made sense, and also should the coils be gapped from the pickups a specific amount?