I have an 89 phaser with weak spark on one side, strong (fat, blue) on the other. the weak spark is not hot enough to ignite the mixture, so im always running on one cylinder and it does run well ie consistant good spark. i have replaced plugs, boots, wires, secondary (external) coil, CDI. i have tested wiring from the kill switch. I have tested the stator assembly and its within spec per the manual's resistance values. i've pulled and inspected the stator, looks OK ie nothing broken. Im considering replacing the stator assembly but don't know how this can result in a weak spark on one side....isnt it only sending one pulse to the CDI? These type of ignition systems pulse throught the secondary coil at the same time, ie wasting a spark every other time i thought...? Any info would be appreciated, hate to slap a new stator in if it isnt the issue.