Yes, Sugar Bear thinks Doug and Dave have pretty much covered things that could getter goin again, from the old school guy, go with what those boys say, think you will be happy Dave talked bout the battery needs to be full, he is totally correct, Sugar Bear dealt with that very thing, little things make a world of difference.Doug covered it pretty good, there is an ignition fuse. Only other thing if it has set for a while and the battery is low try jumping it. If the battery falls low while cranking you might not get a spark.
No spark on one cylinder or both cylinders?. I had an issue not long ago of no spark to the rear cylinder only, turned out to be a bad coil. If you don't have spark on both cylinders you'll need to check what's mentioned above plus ohm test the stator or pick up coil.Got the same thing with my 01 650 classic. What was the fix?
@Caveman33 - If it was my bike I would replace the stator, you are already there, but that's just me. Reason for this, as you mentioned it above, you are already there. You are going to have to drain the oil, remove the cover, you're going to need a new gasket.I used a multimeter on the pickup coil wire located just under gas tank. I think it's called wire harness. I got no reading when set to 200 oms. If it is pick up coil should I replace stater also as long as im down there?