From:Harry McGill
Subject:RE: Electrical issue with 63 scat Date:Sun Jun 5 00:01:23 2016
Response to:21287
See if you have a voltage at the Ignition point terminals. Could be contact points
are glazed, not making good contact. Reminder: Spark is produced when contact
points OPEN , power to the coil cut, causing the coils magnetic field to collapse
and induce the high voltage to the spark plug.

Help!im trying to get my restored 63 scat started, and seem to have a
I don't seem to have spark at the spark plug. The motor was restored rebuilt a
couple years ago but I've never had it started.
I also put. A new wiring harness.
Now I notice when I'm kicking it, if I hold the horn button in while kicking, the horn
will go off in a pattern like the engine turning over. But, the bike doesn't seem to
have spark at the spark plug. Yet I've checked all connections
So now I don't understand why the horn wire seems hot, but bike doesn't have
spark or start.
Thanks in advance.. Gene

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