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Things I did.

Had the stator cover and clutch cover off fro three days.
Had the front end off for like a month.
Installed a Custom LED Relay.

Now bike wont start.

I eliminated the relay being the problem because I took it off and the bike still wont start.

Is there some kind of reset like disconnecting the positive battery cable after taking the front end with cluster off.

Finally what could I have done wrong when reinstalling the stator and clutch covers. I follow the write up on here and I'm pretty sure I installed the dowel pin, wave washer, and thrust washer right.
The bike cranks under its own power it just wont fire up. Please Help Thanks.
 

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Check you BAS out if you took the front end off you might have forgot to hook it up, thats one of the biggies that get people good luck
 

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I'm guessing that when you turn the key on... you no longer hear the fuel pump run for a few seconds.

Either you don't have the BAS (bank angle sensor) plugged in, which is on the front of the bike under the front fairing. Or you didn't plug in, or maybe even messed up the wiring to the CPS (crankshaft position sensor) These are the wires that come out from under the clutch cover.

If you hear the fuel pump priming... then don't listen to what I just said. Something else is wrong. Let us know
 

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Is the BAS the gray or blue plug because those are plugged in but I'm not sure if the fuel pump ran or not. I'll check it tomorrow morning but if this is the case what is wrong. Thanks for the help.
 

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If the fuel pump doesn't run... it is an electrical problem. Could be as simple as something not plugged in.

If the fuel pump does run, could be flooded or something.

When you turn the bike on... the ECU does a system check before priming the fuel pump and getting the bike ready to start. So, if the fuel pump doesn't prime... the the problem lies somewhere in the wiring or a faulty sensor. When it doesn't prime... you will not get spark either. Your bike won't start.

It's important to know which one it does cause there's no sense in checking the plugs when the ECU is not firing them. Good plugs or bad... they're still not going to spark.

The BAS is square on top and has a round thing on the bottom. It also has an arrow that should point up. ( if it doesn't, fix it) The BAS has a green, white and a red/white wire coming out of it, and it plugs into a green, white/black and a red/white wire. I don't know the color of the connector. I think its black.
 

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Haha dont laugh

When i put my front end back on, it wouldnt start. It took me about 3 seconds, but then I realized that I didnt plug the gauge cluster back in :O
 

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Exactly! I discovered that problem myself once. If you don't have the main wire harness (under the nose cone) plugged in, the ignition & BAS are not connected.
 

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Alright dcope17 the fuel pump is not turning on (no sound when I turn the key) but I did not disconnect any wires or plug except the blue and gray main harness plugs and the wiring for the LED Relay. I am going to check and see if the BAS is on upside down because I had to reinstall it like five times because i dropped the nuts while installing it. The CPS is that little black box with two wires coming out of the clutch cover I think there is only one way to install it. Let me know if this yields any new ideas Thanks for the help.
 

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Guess my bike thought it was upside down because the BAS was haha. Flipped it over and it started right up thanks for the help guys.
 
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