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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-24-2018, 01:11 PM Thread Starter
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Replaced relays, Bike resetting 05 600rr

Hey guys so I just replaced all 3 of my relays (engine, fuel, fan) and my bike started restarting while riding. I would lose my LCD, miles reset to 0, but would start just fine after. Power loss started at dimming headlights, dimming of my LCD and tach would dance. Old relays don’t exactly match new ones, but both are 12V 20A, and I got the part # from the book for the relays
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why did you replace them? what you describe sounds like a loose connection at the battery, or a dying battery
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why did you replace them? what you describe sounds like a loose connection at the battery, or a dying battery
Replaced because my fuel pump and fan relay quit working
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that's pretty strange for both to fail. relays are ridiculously reliable.
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check your grounds, you might have a bad ground. My O5 started dying, cutting out on me while riding. Just die like it was hit by an EMP. Long story short, it was a bad ground at the main ground junction box.
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-Check All Grounds(-) Check All Fuses
If good:

Check wiring/etc @speedo/LCD Display
Main Connector, all other connections

Possibly Stator, Rectifier
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