If the injectors appear to be working, but the engine will not start, the engine may be flooded. The bike must crank for at least 5 seconds to throw a code, very important. The coil should get 12v when you press the RUN button. If you don't have spark: Make sure you have 12v to the coil. Put it up on the lift table and did the following. Crank the engine and check for spark. they have taken the oil tank off and ran premix fuel. Was turning over real good. The ignition module uses the information to time spark generation. If no spark, and you have replaced crank sensor I would suspect ignition control module unless you have coil over plugs. Questions about the Platinum Sport series ECU settings or features? Starting at the plug (which you did) you find no spark, Here is the problem. Open to any suggestions....I am thinking it has a bad ground somewhere but can't find anything. Diagnosing a really tricky intermittent no-start condition on a 2002 GMC Jimmy using pretty much a DVOM and a testlight. I would first check fuses. Crank the engine and observe the spark plug for spark. I have replaced the ICM, Coil, Plug Wires and plugs and still no spark. ( pos running to block, neg running to starter switch) i corrected that problem. When taking on a no spark condition one needs to be patient and have an open mind. No flashes from the injector circuit when cranking the engine would tell you the PCM is not pulsing the injectors. Running it reads 27 hz, when it's hot and cranking it reads 20 to 27 hz but won't run also the tach is showing rpm. 2001 road glide SE cvo shut it off went to restart turns over but zip, sounded like no spark and not, checked every thing, so I guess off to the dealer, no eng lite, no codes, I would guess if while tryin to start , the coil or another sensor went bad it would show a code, all clear, alarm system working fine fuses, no shorts, I guess I need to test coil or load it … Postby jdinner » Thu Jun 20, 2013 8:35 pm, Postby LMS_689 » Fri Jun 21, 2013 8:16 pm, Postby Qdasilva » Mon Oct 01, 2018 7:43 am, Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 4 guests, It is currently Sat Feb 06, 2021 11:52 pm. ... although I the voltage never dropped under 10V at the coils while cranking. It is also much cheaper … Yes, no spark at spark plugs. I have a 2006 Heritage. I know that when I pull the plugs and ground them and look for a spark I get nothing. Took the spark plugs out with the coils and checked for spark and I didn’t see any spark. 2000 Road King Classic, No start, Just cranks. To make a motor run you need air, fuel, and spark. Check for spark once again. If your Harley’s coil isn’t at a good state, the engine can backfire. Forums > General Tech Harley Davidson > Electrical > 2001 Road King EFI Cranks but wont start,no spark,no engine light,no pump Discussion in ' Electrical ' started by U-man , Sep 23, 2016 . The primary is the area on the Harley Davidson ignition coil where the wires from the motorcycle’s harness are connected. It was working fine last year, but I had the engine out for some modifications over the winter. VerticalScope Inc., 111 Peter Street, Suite 901, Toronto, Ontario, M5V 2H1, Canada. Then a couple of days later it did the same thing, so spark. told me that the coil hardly goes bad. Come join the discussion about performance, modifications, troubleshooting, builds, maintenance, classifieds and more! No Spark - When Your Engine Cranks But Has No Spark When your engine cranks but fails to start, it could be because of no spark. Coil and stator already replaced. I went through the basics, and when the ignition is on and the kill switch is in the run mode, the coil gets 12 volts. A battery that is dead or has an extremely low charge will not have enough power to operate the starter or power up the ECM and fuel pump (fuel-injected models). I am also wondering what could be causing this. Then watch for a nice strong spark while cranking.