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03 cbr won't start HELP

I just bought a 2003 cbr600rr from a guy didn't have a gas tank and was missing a couple of parts. Anyways, the bike wasn't about to start because It had no gas tank when I bought it. I bought the gas tank installed it. Added oil because you couldn't see it in the side glass ended up adding to much oil by accident. The fuel pump kick on and all gauges work every thing seems to be there spark plugs look new to me. But the bike only turns over it won't start. Doesn't even act like it wants to start. The tilt sensor is unmounted and just hanging freely. I'm clueless with bikes. Please help me out
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You'd be surprised how much this happens but make sure your kill switch isn't engaged.

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It's the tilt sensor (bas).

Needs to be mounted and plugged in or bike won't start.



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But it turns over. Would it still be the BAS?
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But it turns over. Would it still be the BAS?
Yes. Arrow needs to be pointing down. Just hanging there it's telling the bike it's tipped over.



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Is there a way to bypass it?
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Yes. Arrow needs to be pointing down. Just hanging there it's telling the bike it's tipped over.
Isn't the arrow supposed to be pointing up?

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Is there a way to bypass it?
yeah, you gotta jumper the 2 outside wires
https://www.600rr.net/vb/showthread.php?t=270680

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Awesome. One more question. The oil pressure light is on an doesn't turn off. Does that have any meaning?
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I have an 09', it doesn't turn off until the bike is actually running... well it should turn off if all is good.

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[QUOTE=Bridge_Jumper;6047265]Isn't the arrow supposed to be pointing up? [/QUOTE

The v points down...

https://www.600rr.net/vb/showthread.p...tipover+sensor



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Isn't the arrow supposed to be pointing up? [/QUOTE

The v points down...

https://www.600rr.net/vb/showthread.p...tipover+sensor
oooh, mine is like the picture at the bottom of that thread where it says "up" with an arrow

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In that link that you posted he said his fuel pump isn't priming. My fuel pump is priming
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the fuel lines could just be dry and not have fuel in them yet, you could try manipulating the throttle

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Bypassed the BAS still won't start. You guys have any other ideas? Everything seems to be working fine. The only thing I could think of it's not getting spark. It's getting fuel and air
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You'd be surprised how much this happens but make sure your kill switch isn't engaged.
Chances are this isn't it, but just in case I'll throw it out there. When I first bought my 09' I couldn't get it to start either and it was because the kill switch was just barely engaged even though it I had it toggled off. On my bike you can toggle off the kill switch like you would any other switch, but there is just this little extra you have to push it in to get it to fully disengage. I pressed the heck out of it and haven't had any problems since.

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Bypassed the BAS still won't start. You guys have any other ideas? Everything seems to be working fine. The only thing I could think of it's not getting spark. It's getting fuel and air
did you try manipulating the throttle a few times?

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Yeah I tried holding it wide open/ half throttle.
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keep trying it between full throttle and zero throttle. It might take you a while to get the fuel drawn from the tank to the injectors

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Ive tried. Still nothing. Even turned the idle up. Still nothing.
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So... Bike fuel pump primes, and engine cranks but doesn't start... (everything normal and correct here!)

Check your plugs for spark and your gas tank for gas...

If you have spark and you have gas we can continue to troubleshoot!



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I just checked the spark and I have spark. And I do have gas in the gas tank
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did you make sure you didn't pinch any of the fuel hoses when lowering the fuel tank?

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Could it be the HISS ???

I've never experienced an HISS ingnition blocking, so I don't know how the bike responds under this circumstance...

Strange... everything seems to be fine with the bike and you also said you tried pulling on the gas while hitting the start, right??

I know that kill switch issue won't let your fuel pump prime, so that is not the problem.

Geeeeeeeeeeees.... this is getting interesting/frustrating...



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there aren't HISS systems on US bikes (then again, I don't know where the OP is from).

I'm still sticking with the OP needing to treat the engine as if it were flooded (manipulating the throttle until it starts). It happened to me twice last year and each time I drained the battery a few times before I finally got it running

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Do you guys think the spark plug gap could be to big?
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the plugs come pre gapped

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The guy before be used a car plug gapper and gapped them to a .08
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they are iridium plugs, they aren't supposed to be gapped. If I remember right the gap is supposed to be 1mm anyways

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