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  1. I have a new 200 ohm coil, I tested that with 3 meters. All three were at 153, 159, 151. I also put it on and cranked machine, the voltage was in spec. So, resistance can be off a little and the coil still works. I'm not sure it can be off as much as yours.
  2. We can't ignore the specifications provided in the service manual. That taken into account, resistance is not the best way to test. Dynamic would be better, was the voltage in spec with new trigger when you tested it?
  3. Pickup coil resistance • Disconnect the A.C. magneto coupler from the wire harness. • Connect the multimeter(Ω × 100) to the pickup coil terminal. Tester (+) lead Green/White terminal ① Tester (–) lead Blue/White terminal ② • Check the pickup coil for the specified resistance. Pickup coil resistance 459 ~ 561 Ω at 20 °C (68 °F) (White/Red – White/Green)
  4. New or not, I don't believe that pick-up will work at 119 ohms. I've never seen one that is working less then 400 ohms. Whe you test it, is it off the machine?
  5. Sounds like you have a short somewhere. Difficult to help with electrical problems without performing the tests. Follow the service manual step by step. The problem will be small and most likely due to corrosion, broken wire, or bad connection. Make sure your battery is good, very important! They wont run in many cases due to something as simple as low voltage.
  6. Based on your description of the problem, my guess would be a short or not enough current due to some added resistance, blown fuse, or simply a weak cell in battery.
  7. If those two components pass, check resistance in spark plug cap and replace plug. Check for spark again. If all that is good, check fuses, main switch, wiring connections for entire ignition system. Most importantly, check the battery for a minimum of 12.6 volts! 9.6 volts while cranking!
  8. . Pickup coil resistance • Disconnect the A.C. magneto coupler from the wire harness. • Connect the multimeter(Ω × 100) to the pickup coil terminal. Tester (+) lead Green/White terminal ① Tester (–) lead Blue/White terminal ② • Check the pickup coil for the specified resistance. Pickup coil resistance 459 ~ 561 Ω at 20 °C (68 °F) (White/Red – White/Green)
  9. I would look for a short to ground. Also, check coil and pick-up. I know u replaced trigger, check it anyway! Primary coil resistance 0.18 ~ 0.28 Ω at 20 °C (68 °F) • Connect the multimeter(Ω × 1k) to the ignition coil. Tester (+) lead Orange lead terminal Tester (–) lead Spark plug lead • Check that the secondary coil has the specified resistance. Secondary coil resistance 6.32 ~ 9.48 kΩ at 20 °C (68 °F)
  10. Refer to these sections, pay attention to detail!
  11. Electrical Components Troubleshooting - Hisun HS500UTV Service Manual [Page 317] | ManualsLib https://www.manualslib.com/manual/1006793/Hisun-Hs500utv.html?page=317#manual
  12. Your title should also provide details. You really need the proper manual for information gathering when repairing an electrical problem.
  13. Electrical Specifications - Hisun HS500UTV Service Manual [Page 88] | ManualsLib https://www.manualslib.com/manual/1006793/Hisun-Hs500utv.html?page=88#manual

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