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I need help not getting fire on my trooper

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I have a joyner trooper think 2007 model 1100cc and it will turn over but not getting any fire. Put new coil on it new crank sensor and when I check the plug going to my coil pack with test light it shows that it don't Have power and seems to be saying there's no ground either. Mine has 3 wires black,white,and orange

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[email protected] and any suggestions on what to do is there any way to bypass the computer or anyway to straight wire it? And is there a kit to swap it over to a carburetor? I just really need to get it running I bought it already messed up and just want to get it running asap without wasting a lot of money on it any help would be greatly appreciated thanks

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[email protected] and any suggestions on what to do is there any way to bypass the computer or anyway to straight wire it? And is there a kit to swap it over to a carburetor? I just really need to get it running I bought it already messed up and just want to get it running asap without wasting a lot of money on it any help would be greatly appreciated thanks

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Where do you live, if you fill out the profile, we can get to know you a little better. Maybe some one lives just around the block from you.

You say it was messed up when you bought it, did it ever run for you?

Welcome to UTVboard

Jeff

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Anyone have a computer or wire harness and fuse box for a decent price ? Also need a wire diagram all this is for a 2007 1100c trooper

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Here;s and idea for you, set your Fluke to measure current and see if the computer is putting our a signal to them and then do the same to the ignition coil. while measuring the current, push the frequency button, if you get a frequency, see what the duty cycle is. This should tell you if the CPU is go or not.

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Ok I'll try that this weekend I think I found where someone has messed with the wiring and rewired one of the wires for the coil to a blank spot

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Finally got spark to my wires dunno if anyone has had this problem before but it was actually my switch some how if you turn it all the way to the right if went to far and dunno why but wouldn't send anything to the coil. So if I turn it slightly back to the left a hair it started hitting. So now guess I have to try new plugs and drain the gas a refill it to see if it will start.

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