Small Engine Troubleshooting Problems? Ask a Mechanic Now.
Hello Andy. Thank you for choosing Just Answer. It is always good to use a spark tester, to test your spark, just to be sure. I can give you a list of the parts that make up your ignition system. Please take a look at the link attached below.
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You have an Igniter, which is your Ignition Control Unit, and you have Pick Up Coils, as well as your Ignition Coils. If you have a multimeter, Kawasaki give the specs. for testing these parts.
I would begin troubleshooting by first confirming whether or not you are getting spark to your spark plugs, using a spark tester. If you are actually not getting spark to your spark plugs, remove your kill wire, and check again. If you still are not getting spark, then I would the ignition parts individually. I will attach a link to a free service manual for you to use.
Service Manual - Click Here
After your manual finish downloading, scroll to Section 7 Electrical System.
Then scroll to Page 7-13 ...
If you have some carburetor cleaner in a can, spray a small burst directly into your carburetor, to see if your engine will start up briefly. If it does, then you are getting spark to your spark plug. We can continue from here. Thanks!