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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-05-2019, 10:56 AM Thread Starter
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Spark issues

I recently purchased a damaged 2009 cbr 600. All the relays respond fuel pump primes bas has been bypassed i have battery voltage at the coils have changed out the ckps and the cmps sensors and still no spark. I am waiting for a peak voltage adapter to arrive but initial tests show pulse from both. I do not have the dash will that affect spark and if so is there a work around? any help would be appreciated.
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make sure both the crank pulse generator and cam pulse generator are well installed and connected.
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Yep double checked connections. Both units are used so no idea if either are good. Tried another ecm as well but all off a wrecked bike.I have pinged almost every wire in the harness and all ring as good. Im suspecting the ecm but will wait to test the peak voltage of the sensors.Thank you for a response!!!
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Shouldnt there be a 5v reference going to the ckp sensor from the ecm ? Does anybody know???
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yes, the sensors get 5v from the ecu, then sent a pulse input back.
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was afraid of that . Thanks Wibb
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