Took a peek at the S/M and no, this engine does not..
To check your ignition system:
1- 12V + to both coils with key in run or start. Check/verify (**Might be live all the time like my Kaw. engine BTW)
2- The negative wire from the coil goes to the Ign. module. Verify or ring out the wire has continuity with a test light or ohm meter.
Unplug the negative wire from the coil and pull & ground plugs against the head. Jump the neg terminal to any ground momentarily and disconnect. The plug should spark if the coil is good.
3- So far we have verified the coils are good if all this works.
The Ign Module functions by completing the coil's ground circuit when a spark is needed / signalled. The pulser coils deliver the signal for the I/M to send that ground to coil signal..
So the best way to troubleshoot the pulser coil is with an old fashioned analog needle voltage tester.. Unplug the P/Coil and hook the test leads to the two wires in the plug. When you crank the engine the needle will bounce whenever the magnet passes by the pulser.. (Creates some AC voltage) Do this for both P/C's.. The needle moves? All's good as long as the movements are similar..
You have a brand new I/M so you have a wiring or connection issue or the I/M's ground connection is bad.. (can't send a ground signal you just ain't got!) Study the wiring diagram in Section #7 in the manual and check that all the wiring and connections are made and you will find the culprit.
Hope this helps you wrap your mind around things with that ignition system..
Edited by WNYTractorTinkerer, June 14, 2016 - 06:34 PM.