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The stator is the winding part of the alternator and the alternator is both the stator and the flywheel together. To be precise, the stator is the winding, the flywheel is the rotor and the two parts together are the alternator, but in the world of mechanics, regardless of the term used we know that one is useless without the other, so....... They are considered the same thing until we separate them. The output of the stator is the same as the output of the alternator. The only thing the rotor does is carry the magnets that cause the stator to generate an output and the pulse generator to generate a spike of voltage.
The reverse switch is on the clutch cover just in front of the reverse lockout operator.
Question; where did you get the new CDI? Are you sure it is an AC activated unit and not a DC unit?
Last edited by Here 2 help; 07-17-2019 at 01:52 PM.