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:ROFL:having a prob with 1996 se loseing fir at cyl. 3&4
replaced coils but same prob. I thinking it may be the ecm but hope not any test info appericated thanks sorry guys got my cylinders mixed after lots of hair pulling found problem in the pin plug at ecu pin was loose on wire at female end re solidered and man did sh com to life 6 is so much better than four
 

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If it is #2&3 they are on different coils. It may be the resistors inside the plug connectors.
 

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ECM's on 1500's are very reliable. You sure we're on the same page as far as labeling cylinders? To me, #2 and #3 are (sitting on bike) left front and middle right respectively. If so, you could check secondary resistance through the common plug wires/caps. They should all be roughly the same...look for several Kohms. That will likely spot a bad resistor cap or wire.
 
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