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07' RR won't start

I bought falled 07 RR and now when I have fixed it I have found werry hard get it running again.

Bas sensor wires was cutted in falling. I have reconnected it but, still there is no fuel pump priming. Does not matter what position the bas is. I tried to also short cut bas wires, no use. Is there a certain resistance that bas should give? Is it common that it could be broken.

Also the FI light , HISS light and HESO light keeps on.
There comes no power to fuel pump relay or fuse. In fuse box all fuses are ok. And also wires seems to be ok. Alltough the lights and turning lights are not connected.

Starts to make lot of problem to my head, hope you can help me with this.

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-13-2009, 04:56 PM
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The BAS is just a weighted switch. It is either open ( infinite resistance)or closed (no resistance)

No fuel pump priming can be as simple as something else not plugged in or as complex as a bad sensor or wire or ECU.

To do a good rebuild, go to www.helminc.com for a manual. It tells you how to check everything... EVERYTHING. It even shows you how to rebuild your starter. Best $60 spent to fix your ride.

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Also, where do you live. I'm sure several people here are willing to swing by if you're not too far from them.

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Thanks for tips. I am from Finland so quite far from most of you ...

Is ecu problems usual in such cases?
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No but i could be that... does the FI light blink? there is a trouble code for almost everything. Its somewhere's on this site. Good luck

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I was again in carage checking and wondering what could be problem.
After losing once again my bad nerves I finally noticed what might be wrong. There seemed to be slightly damaged cover of ignition lock wiring. After checked carefully there rally was damaged two wires that comes from lock.

After fixed them, fuel pump starts to prime and bike begin to run perfect.

It was nice to fix problem... No I think I am earned reward... Cold beer would taste great ...

Anyway thanks for trying to help newbie...:beer:
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Good job man

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