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04 just changed coolant now no start

as i stated in the header i just got done changning my coolant and now that bike wont start. i can not here the fuel pump priming at all. i check my fuses and they are all fine. everything else works but that. i can no for the life of me fine the BAS sencer. i was told it is nere my headlights but i see no plug or what it looks like at all.


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post #2 of 17 (permalink) Old 07-31-2010, 03:39 PM
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Is your kill switch in the run position?
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yes it is..
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Did you do anything else to the bike while changing the coolant? Nothing with the cooling system should prevent the bike from starting or the fuel pump from priming.
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i have just look at my service manual and i double checked my headlight and there is not a bas sencer at all. i have had this bike for 1.5 years now and it hasnt stopped it befor
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The BAS is between your headlights behind the front cowl.
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no all i did was just the coolant. my batetry was dead last night so i took it out to charge it. and the tabs that hold my headlight up was broke off so i just took the front cowl off and plastic welded the tab back on
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the bas is nowhere to be found
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Then you need to find where the BAS is, or where the wires for it are. Are you also sure your battery is good and holds a good charge to power the fuel pump?
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yes hte battery is good . it has enough power to crank the bike . but the pump just doesnt kick on
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on the main harness where the front cowl is there is no spot to plug anything else in
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Check for battery voltage at the fuel pump plug. Also check the fuel pump relay for it to be clicking when the ignition is turned on. If it doesn't click, tap the relay a few times. If the fuel pump primes, the relay is sticking and should be replaced. If no clicking, check it with one of the known good ones on your bike.
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wich one is the fuel pump relay. and do i have to take the tank off the get the the plug to the fuel pump?
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Not sure which one. Check your service manual.
Yes, you will have to lift the tank to get to the fuel pump plug.
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ok ill go check the relay now
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i took the old relay out and put a new one on and it turned right on
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thansk for all the help man
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