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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-16-2014, 11:50 PM Thread Starter
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07 600rr starting issue

I have a 07 cbr600rr I wrecked the bike and messed up the front and lost the head lights faring and mostly everything for the front I put the bike in on possition and the f1 light does not come on and fuel pump does not prime .I looked up on some forums and it talks about the tip sensor that's in between the headlights which is not there because of the wreck one of the causes why it won't start I think is this the reason the fuel pump won't prime when I put in on possituon and switch the shut off and cycle crank back and forth please help
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Punctuation is your friend, don't be afraid to use him a bit.

From what I can gather you are saying the tip over sensor (also known as the bank angle sensor or BAS) is missing because of the accident and the bike won't start, are these related? The answer is yes, you need to have a functioning BAS or it properly bypassed for it to allow the fuel pump to prime and the bike to start.

Search on here for how to bypass if you want to play around or get another one for a permenant fix.

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Thanks a lot for the info. Ok so the cable got messed up and ripped off the connectors there's the red yellow and green wires for the sensor. There's also another green and blue wire is that for the headlight orwhat .
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picture of wires who isable to indicate which wire is for what? i think red yellow and green is for BAS. Blue and other green wire i have no clue
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found this image on the bas bypass and i see the blue and green wire on a connector just need to know what it connects to
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Without the bank sensor the bike wont start... The blue and green is for the headlight or 3rd eye under the windscreen. If you check what plugs are still there, you can eliminate what is there

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Just saw the 2nd pic... The green and blue is for the headlight.
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