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FI stands for F**k It.

I've been kickin myself in the head for a month now tryin to get this darn motor to kick and I need more help

when i turn the key, gauges light up, MIL lights and stays lit, starter switch is in on position, but fuel injection does NOT turn on!

-battery is reading 12.89 Volts
-as far as i can tell all wiring is connected correctly
-fuel level sensor is fixed (was causing other problems last week)
-all fuses have been checked and replaced if blown including the 30amp by the battery
-BAS was ripped off the harness from the wreck but I found it connected to the headlight and spliced all the wires back togethor

I've tried to crank the bike while holding the BAS in the correct upright and forward position and still no dice.

What's the dealio guys?

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connect the two outside wires on the BAS that will bypass it, when you turn the key on you should hear the feul pump prime
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What year 600RR? I think you have the BAS wired up wrong.
 
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I've been kickin myself in the head for a month now tryin to get this darn motor to kick and I need more help

when i turn the key, gauges light up, MIL lights and stays lit, starter switch is in on position, but fuel injection does NOT turn on!

-battery is reading 12.89 Volts
-as far as i can tell all wiring is connected correctly
-fuel level sensor is fixed (was causing other problems last week)
-all fuses have been checked and replaced if blown including the 30amp by the battery
-BAS was ripped off the harness from the wreck but I found it connected to the headlight and spliced all the wires back togethor

I've tried to crank the bike while holding the BAS in the correct upright and forward position and still no dice.

What's the dealio guys?

-Kyler
check the bolded wiring, as well as the position of the BAS. Make sure the curved part is to the bottom.
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What year 600RR? I think you have the BAS wired up wrong.
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i've got an 03

what's the difference in the wiring??



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zero difference.

just hook it up right in the correct orientation.
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zero difference.

just hook it up right in the correct orientation.
im pretty sure all my wires are matching but i'll try again and report



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im pretty sure all my wires are matching but i'll try again and report
im not saying ur wrong but there are A TON of wires going thru there

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zero difference.

just hook it up right in the correct orientation.
I thought they where different between the years?

KylerR, have fun with the wiring, lol. Looks like it's wired into the headlight ground, engine stop relay, and the 10A BAS fuse of course.
http://www.demented.711clan.net/Other/wd600rr.jpg wiring diagram

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but make sure it's mounted correctly to.
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thanks for the wiring diagram. i'l see if can't figure it out.

the hard part is that i can't mount it because i have no upper fairing to stick the headlight and BAS into, so i have to hold it in the correct position when i'm trying to see if the fuel injection will start



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thanks for the wiring diagram. i'l see if can't figure it out.

the hard part is that i can't mount it because i have no upper fairing to stick the headlight and BAS into, so i have to hold it in the correct position when i'm trying to see if the fuel injection will start
Just cut the actual BAS off and solder the wires together. There's no need for a BAS anyway.
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Just cut the actual BAS off and solder the wires together. There's no need for a BAS anyway.
I beg to differ. If I crash, I want the engine to turn off -> lower risk of getting your toes severed by the chain and rear sprocket.
I have the BAS connected on my track bike.

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I beg to differ. If I crash, I want the engine to turn off -> lower risk of getting your toes severed by the chain and rear sprocket.
I have the BAS connected on my track bike.
That's what toe guards are for.
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i prefer to keep the BAS on.



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Any luck yet getting the bike running



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That's what toe guards are for.
toe guards wont stop a spinning tire laying against your body
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Any luck yet getting the bike running
ha none so far. I'm at work right now so i can't fool with it. When i get home around 7 I'll play with the wires and see if there's anything i can do.

When i get this bike running and get my fairings i need to paint them with all of yall's names on it for helpin.



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toe guards wont stop a spinning tire laying against your body
nope nope nope! best protection is a stopped wheel and a lower chain guard.

or just not crashing, at which point if you're not crashing, you're not going fast enough.
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Damn, well i just received my new headlight wiring harness, connected it, put the BAS back on, all wires are definately correct, held the sensor correctly up and forward

i turn the key and still no fuel injection.

At this point all i can think of to do is take it to a mechanic and get them to figure it out as much as i hate that option

Any more suggestions? What else can i do to try and diagnose the problem?



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What error code is the FI throwing out (sequence of blinks)?
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it just stays lit. no blinks.

the only other thing i can think is a prob with my ECU?



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Damn, well i just received my new headlight wiring harness, connected it, put the BAS back on, all wires are definately correct, held the sensor correctly up and forward

i turn the key and still no fuel injection.

At this point all i can think of to do is take it to a mechanic and get them to figure it out as much as i hate that option

Any more suggestions? What else can i do to try and diagnose the problem?
Up and forward?
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If it's solid with no blinks, it'd either be the BAS or the ECU.
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lol i know which way the BAS goes. i've done it that way everytime. so i guess it's the ECU

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well i don't think it's the ECU. check your fuel cut off relay next.
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Has your tank been up recently?
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