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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-01-2005, 01:04 AM Thread Starter
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engine randomly cuts out during acceleration

hi, I just bought a 600rr with ~4400 miles. I'm upgrading from an F3 so it's definitely a big change. The bike is awesome and super clean but in the past few days, it has randomly cut out during acceleration. It happened 3 times in 1st gear while taking off from a light and once while accelerating in 3rd on the highway. I had to actually pull over to the side, turn the key and kill switch off , and then turn them back on to start the bike again. Anyone have any suggestions on what it might be before I take it in to the shop? I'm guessing something is loose....but not really sure what.
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Perhaps it's a faulty relay. There are three relays on the left side intake duct. The middle one is for the cooling fan. The bike can be run without that one so you can swap it out with the other two. Just off the top of my head one is for the engine stop relay. The other i can't remember but they are both needed to run the bike.
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Sounds like it might be a faulty Bank Angle Sensor. Its between the headlights. It is loose or bad. The next thing sounds like a loose wire that is shorting somewhere, you will have to search for that.

04' 600rr function over fashion at this point.
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Definitely check all your fuses, battery cables, and PIN connectors.


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buddy of mine had the same problem....turns out it was loose battery cable due to too many weelies
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