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Exhaust & Fuel Delivery Tips on how to get the most out of your bike

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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 08-03-2013, 11:45 AM Thread Starter
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Ok I need some help..

So I couldn't start my bike after I cranes out my tank and everything. I bought another harness to avoid the problems of it being that (plus it was mess). I connected it and still no prime. I'm starting to think that I connected something wrong in the fuelpump. Cause the wires coming from the harness have voltage but the fuel pump doesn't prime. But if I straight wire the fuel pump it primes. Doesn't make any sense.

Does anyone have a picture of their fuel pump assembly and the connection of how everything is supposed to be wired to make sure I didn't fkk something up when I cleaned it.

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What year bike do you have? I have an 08, not sure if its the same fuel pump assembly as yours. If so, then your in luck because I had the same problem less than a day ago. After straightening the wires (Black and blue) the fuel pump would prime and when I released them (in their natural state) the fuel pump would not prime. I replaced the wires and the female disconnecters (the female disconnecters are held in the plastic clips). Unfortunately the smallest female disconnecters that I could fine locally were .110inches. So I did not use the plastic clips. Make sure though that the wires do not touch or your gas tank will be a bomb. I used heat shrink shields to solve that problem.

Although all you may need to do is clean the female disconnecters and you'll be fine. I did that and it work temporarily but ended up taking off the plastics three times! until i just decided to fix it for good.

As long as you are not crossing the blue and black wire over each other it should be fine. He's a link to the picture... (It looks exactly like this)


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