Check the voltage between the green and the red wire. It should be over 50V at start-up. Check or disconnect the Kill Switch. It can not short pins at start-up. Check if you receive impulses at the start of the blue wire.
Check the pulse pulse generator, the resistivity is about 120 - 140 ohms. Do not expect high currents from the pulser, because (as the name suggests) it gives only an impulse at a particular moment, i.e. when the "hump" of the magnetic wheel is over the pulser. Pay attention to its distance from the magnetic wheel, because it can not rub, the recommended distance is approx. 0.3 mm.
The pulse generator (green and blue) can be connected to the LED (red, has the lowest "ignition" voltage, approx. 1.5V). For ProgCDI, they give the voltage range from the 2-30V pulse, so it must flash. Flashes should be visible at the start-up. They can be very short and hard to see, so it's best to check in the evening how it will darken.
What was the reason? I guess I have the same problem. Only that I do not have electricity at all from the pulser (blue and green cable). Everything from the spark I changed, the cables are probably ok.