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Unhappy Bike wont start after wreck

I have a 2006 cbr and my friend wrecked it about 2 months ago I finally got thing back enought to try and crank it but it wont crank and the fuel pump will not come on can someone please help me!
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Check all your fuses, Senor, and battery?


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yeah iv checked all of them
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was the front end damaged?

check your tip sensor?


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yes the front end was damaged i checked the trip sensor with the paper clip but still no fuel pump
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yes the front end was damaged i checked the trip sensor with the paper clip but still no fuel pump
new to me, how do you test a sealed sensor, in the upper fairing, between the headlights, with a paperclip?


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is that sensor called the bank angle sensor?
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Yes it is, and there is no way to test it with a paperclip, unless you tried jumping the harness with a paperclip but messed up and blew the 10A fuse.
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yeah thats what i tried to do but i dont think i blew a fuse
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Check the fuse. Jumping with a paperclip is an easy way to hit the wrong connector and cause a short.
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i did its not blown
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Is the bike cranking ? But n start ?
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it will turn over but wont crank and the fuel pump will not come on
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these are classic symptoms of a BAS


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iv checked the BAS and its still working i donno what else to do
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Have you checked the kill switch?

What was the extent of the damage in the crash?
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i found out that it was the 3 relay switchs
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