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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-21-2010, 09:12 AM Thread Starter
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FI problem

yesterday, I parked the bike in a grass field and when I came back to it, the bike was laying on its side due to the kickstand sinking in. It was laying on its side for 10 minutes tops..

I was able to start the bike right after I picked it back up, but turned it off because of the oil that was burning off (called a friend to make sure it would be alright that it was burning out the exhaust)

I tried to start it again but the fuel pump wouldnt prime. I played with the kill switch and still couldnt get it to start.

Ive been having problems with the fuel pump priming, but usually after a few on/off switches of the kill switch it would turn on. Before the bike knocked over and the fuel pump wouldn't prime, it would make a "click" sound, but now it doesnt.

I'm thinking either a fuse or relay, but not sure where to check.

Also, already cleaned the kill switch connections

My bike is red, black, clean, waxed, and fast.
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I swapped the relays around on the front left(3) and got it to start. It doesn't say which relay does what, but I'm guessing the fuel pump relay was bad. Can anyone tell me what the 3 relays are?

My bike is red, black, clean, waxed, and fast.
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Sounds like you're on the right track...
See post #21 here:
https://www.600rr.net/vb/showthread.p...86#post2986386

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Check your BAS and kill switch for damage.
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If swapping the relay fixed it that's probably what the problem was...

And here is the pic:

Relay locations:

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