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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-21-2018, 08:41 AM Thread Starter
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Huge problem with my bike!!please help!!!

Hey guys!!i would need your help!!I have a 2008 cbr600rr with bike is in very good condition!!before three days a problem I was out for a ride I stopped to buy something and when I went back to the bike it didn't started right away..I didn't give much attention because It ride really well the rest of the day..tomorrow the problem got worst!!!the bike started in the morning without problem but after a little while that I went to started again it didn't fired up!!
THE PROBLEM:when I am turning the key the bike turn on but the hiss, fi and the hesd lights stay on..pump doesn't prime!!as I was searching around for a possible cause because I had some problems with the stop button before I cleaned some connections..the start button and the hiss connection..after that my bike started..I turn in off and try again and the same I was searching for the problem again I moved a little the starter relay I hear the pump priming and the hiss fi and hesd lights turn off..the bike started right away..I turn in off turn it on and the same problem again..I touch the connections at the same spot and the pump primed again!!I tried one more time and this time the bike didn't start..I was there for 1-2hours but nothing I went to the bike and it started right away..I went for a ride and the bike run great!!no problems at all..I came but home turn off..and when I turn it on the same problem was there!!pump didn't prime hiss fi and hesd lights on!!what do you think it's the problem?
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Pull your fuel pump relay out and check for a dirty connector.
For what it costs I'd probably just replace the relay and fuel filter.
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May have a loose connection or fried wires somewhere?
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