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Engine won't start ** Found the problem CMP sensor wires fried code 18 **

So my bike 2007 CBR600RR is completely back together.... and today I got the fuel pump to prime!.... but I had to hardwire power to it.... I went through the service manual and checked everything that could cause the fuel pump not to prime and the last thing it said was just a bad connection somewhere in the wire harness..... so I jumped two wires in the fuse box, and the fuel pump primed....



NEW PROBLEM! ----> Engine wont start! ahhhh.... I took the cap off that covers the 4 dead end wires, and jumped the green and black together like the manual said to check the number of "mil"s flashing, and it started with one long one followed by 8 shorts, so I guess 18, right? But either way, one of the steps said it needs to be checked with HDS (Honda Diagnostic System)

heres the question, what would you do? Take it to the stealership or keep trying yourself, I really dont know how to diagnose the sensors cause I dont have a HDS.... all opinions appreciated
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Manually priming the fuel pump will not get the bike to start. If there is something wrong with the engine sensors, then the fuel pump won't prime and the plugs won't spark. You can prime the pump manually... try starting fluid but you won't get anything.

If you just put the bike back together... then you probably just forgot to plug in a sensor or a fuel injector.

You know when you have it together right when the fuel pump primes. ( the right way)

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So I figured out why my bike wouldn't start. So ill tell you incase anybody else is having similar problems

So I fixed the code 18 because I noted the wires coming out of the CMP sensor were frayed, so I got two connectors and connected them back

Also, the killswitch wasn't making a good connection while it was in the on position, so I took it apart and made sure it would make a good connection.
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So I figured out why my bike wouldn't start. So ill tell you incase anybody else is having similar problems

So I fixed the code 18 because I noted the wires coming out of the CMP sensor were frayed, so I got two connectors and connected them back

Also, the killswitch wasn't making a good connection while it was in the on position, so I took it apart and made sure it would make a good connection.
I hope that's my problem as soon as I released the start button it just dies.
wow I just realized this was an '09 thread and not a '10.
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