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So I got in my accident 2 weekends ago and Im trying to peice my bike together. When I got into my accident I tried to start it up to get it off the street but it wouldn't start. I realized a few min. late I destroyed my bank angle sensor. I finally got one today put it on and everything turned on fine but, when I hit the ignition nothing happens, no turn over or nothing. I dont know if there is an ignition fuse or what, but could you guys hook me wit some info on this, like if its possible that it just might be the fuse and where its at, or if it could be more.
 

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There are fuses under the left mid. Also, try shorting out the BAS circuit to make sure your new BAS isn't faulty.
 

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Bypassed and sill the same thing, I know now that its not the BAS cause the fuel injectors kick on. What else could it be??????????IMA BOUT TO PULL MY HAIRS OUT!!!!!!
 

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Don't stress out yet man. Bike needs 3 things to start: Fuel, air, and spark.

Your fuel injectors are kicking on, so they should be spraying.

You know you're gonna get air.

That leaves electricity. Try to pull a spark plug and ground it and see if you get spark. Just to eliminate that problem. Chances are you will.

If she's not turning over, your starter motor is probably not activating. Go to the starter, check to see if it's getting power. If it is, bad starter. If not, trace that circuit until you find the problem. Double check your fuses every step.

Solving electrical problems is a million times easier if you get the wiring diagram and a multimeter.

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also, basic electrical troubleshooting if you don't know how:

to see if a wire is getting power: Connect one lead from the multimeter to the wire. The other to ground. Activate circuit. Multimeter should be set on Volts. Look for proper voltage.

to see if a wire is getting ground: Connect one lead to the wire. The other to a common ground (often engine bolts, negative battery, etc). Multimeter should be set on Ohms. Look for conductivity.

Things that are likely to cause failure: broken relays, blown fuses, cut wires, wires worn or abraded through insulation causing a short, improper ground, bad switch...just look for key components.
 

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you have cycled the kill switch on and off havnt you ???
 

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Yes I have cycled the kill switch, and I just started with the proccess of going from start to finish. from yhe battery to ignition. I tried the spark plug trick and there getting a spark when i touch them to ground and everything and plus i just changed them out. I appreciate the info. ill keep postin and searchin if you guys keep helpin. I wouldn't be able to it if wasn't for your guys's input
 

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what all broke when you crashed your bike? there is a switch attached to our clutch lever and its not plugged in or broken then your bike wont turn over..
 
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