1. When plugging the wiring of the igniter, do not conn […]
1. When plugging the wiring of the igniter, do not connect the power cord (the charging end of the AC igniter) first, or unplug the high-voltage output end of the magnetic motor in advance. After confirming that the ground wire of the igniter is well connected with the ground wire of the circuit on the car, the high-voltage cap is pulled out from the spark plug, and a backup spark plug is inserted to ride on the car body. Finally, connect the DC circuit on the motorcycle (fire wire is connected to the battery + pole.) To the charging end of the igniter. 2. After the igniter is connected to the circuit as described above, turn the magnet motor so that the trigger sensor sends an ignition signal to the igniter to see if the spark plug is on fire. If the spark plug ignites, this is the DC igniter. (The charging end of the AC igniter usually accepts hundreds of volts and is indifferent to the 12V of the battery.) If it does not fire for a while, you must also carefully check the cause, or determine the nature of the igniter by meter measurement method. As an AC igniter.