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Fuel pump question- FUEL INJECTION MODEL

My buddy is having a fuel problem on his 2002 954RR. We are getting power, spark and air, but no fuel.

When you turn the key, we are not getting that normal "fuel priming" sound that you normally get with an injected bike.

Is this the fuel pump, itself, or something else?????

We tried disconnecting the battery for a bit to see if everything would reset....no such luck. The bike just turns and turns without catching. And the fuAnd that FI priming sound is just not happeneing.

Any suggestions?????

-SKi
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Are you getting power to the fuel pump? Check your fuses, fuel cut relay and the BAS.


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Yes, power is going to the fuel pump, but it's just not priming...or working. Relays or the pump itself?
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If you have voltage AT the pump then the relays are fine and it's most likely the pump itself.


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+1 If you have power (the correct amount/voltage) at the pump and it is still not functioning then it is most likely the pump itself.

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Its usually the tip over switch. Its often found in the headlight assembly on hondas. Have you had the front fairing off?
Failing that the fuel pump relay.

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