Re: Checking for spark on 1978 Bravo

Seth B /
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So you are aware, as Pat tried to explain, the wires that feed the taillight run thru a rolled bead along the edge of the rear fender. It breaks and shorts out eventually at some point on EVERY bravo. When this happens, you will lose spark. This may not be your current issue, but if it's not now it will be at some point. It is really important that you understand how these silly Vespas get the ignition ground thru the brake light. There is tons of info on these electrical systems on this site, if you get good with the search function.

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