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Engine shutting off on me.....help

Hi, I have an 2003 Cbr 600rr, and LAtely the engine has been shutting off on me when i am on the free way. But the engine turn back on after i turn off the bike and turn it back on. After the engine get cut off the oil (red) light, turns on. I know it can't be the oil cuz i just changed it. Also just did the coolant. Now, i can sometimes feel like air flow is not going trough the exhaust quite smoothly becuase i can hear like the backfiring sound when you rev it. Does anyone have any idea what the problem might be?
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helpp.. anyone??
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Make sure that your battery terminals are properly connected and not loose.

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Battery connections and a loose ground connection under the left side mid fairing are the most common reasons.

Other reasons include a bad crank or cam position sensor. Because your bike shuts off completely... more likely a poor connection.

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You might be bumping the kill switch. I do it all the time.


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Battery connections and a loose ground connection under the left side mid fairing are the most common reasons.

Other reasons include a bad crank or cam position sensor. Because your bike shuts off completely... more likely a poor connection.
well my bike doesnt shut off completely the engine just gets cut off but the lights and everything still work.... I have been noticing that this usually happens when the weather is hot or the engine is hot, because it doesnt do this to me when i ride at night, only in the morning...
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You might be bumping the kill switch. I do it all the time.
no,,, i know its not that becuase if the cut off switch was off then i wouldnt be able to turn it back on...
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