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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 05-22-2016, 04:06 PM Thread Starter
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Fuel pump not priming after wheelie

I rode a 12 o clock wheelie and when I set the wheelie down bike died red-light came on dash. Now when I turn the key on the fuel pump wont kick on? And won't crank
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I rode a 12 o clock wheelie and when I set the wheelie down bike died red-light came on dash. Now when I turn the key on the fuel pump wont kick on? And won't crank
I found your problem..

How long were you doing this "12 O clock wheelie for" Did you slam the front end down? Its may be your tip over sensor.....

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If your gonna be doing 12 o'clock wheelies bypass your BAS! As this is probably the cause of your fuel pump problem.
Do a quick search on how to reset your bank angle sensor and all will be good again
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I have bypassed the tip over sensor is that different then the bank angle sensor? No didn't slam the wheelie down.
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Not to be an insult, but did you knock your kill switch? Had a buddy do this the other day while switching throttle hands.
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I have bypassed the tip over sensor is that different then the bank angle sensor? No didn't slam the wheelie down.
They are the same..
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Did you ever get this figured out?
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It might be as simple as the killswitch (I HATE Honda for this -.-) or it could be him having the kickstand down while in first trying to start it.
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Do you hate the kill switch in general or just Honda's? All bikes have a kill switch.

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When you turn the key (with kill switch in run position)Is your fuel gauge showing bars going up and down but starting in the middle knight rider style?

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