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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 10-11-2017, 07:08 PM Thread Starter
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Unhappy 2007 600rr No STart

My bike will not start, also i have no high beam indicator on the dash when I toggle the switch.

Whenever I hit the "starter" button , i dont hear the starter relay clicking... Also the high/low switch on the left handle bar does nothing. So i have no lights. Bike is in neutral and the Neutral light shows on the dash.

Fuel Pump primes , so kill switch works . I also checked the battery and it pushing around 12.6 V

Here's what i've done so far:
-checked battery -good
-bypassed BAS
-bypassed kickstand sensor
-bike is in neutral
-checked the starter wire connections at right side of bike
-also checked all the wiring that goes to battery
-ive checked the main fuse as well - thats good

But
I've read another thread that if my headlight fuse is blown the bike will not start.. is this true ON A YEAR 2007 CBR 600RR ?? And what else could cause the bike not the start /no lights ??
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Any help is appreciated , i really want to fix the bike this weekend
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Any help is appreciated , i really want to fix the bike this weekend
Do what this guys does on the red plug (i.e. jump your starter)

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check your headlight fuse.


the headlight circuit runs the starter relay. blown headlight fuse = no starter
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check your headlight fuse.


the headlight circuit runs the starter relay. blown headlight fuse = no starter
does this apply to the 2007 year model?
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[QUOTE=Axel Nut;7966777]Do what this guys does on the red plug (i.e. jump your starter)

I will try this, thanks
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does this apply to the 2007 year model?
Yes, I'm looking at the wiring diagram right now. Look at the fuse, or better yet, test continuity on the fuses contact points. Or just put a new one in, you might still have a spare that comes with the bike.
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Would a normal 20a fuse work ? dont think there is a spare there ..Am new to this whole electrical stuff,
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Just pull the fuse and see if its blown


This isn't really complicated.
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Just pull the fuse and see if its blown


This isn't really complicated.
Man you were dead right. I checked the headlight fuse and it was blown .. replaced it , bike started without issue. Thanks man .
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Man you were dead right. I checked the headlight fuse and it was blown .. replaced it , bike started without issue. Thanks man .
Among a number of things I've learned from wibbly, the most important one is when wibbly says jump, you jump! When wibbly says rollover, you rollover! This is wibbly's house, you sit down when you pee!
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it's always nice when it's a simple solution.
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