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Bike wont start, key does not turn past "on"

so i have an 06 cbr 600rr and im having trouble getting the bike to start. key wont turn past the on icon and when key is turned to fuel priming is heard. guague cluster does light up when key is turned to the on position but headlights are not on, battery was replaced today. i also checked my BAS to see if that may be the issue but its connected correctly. any insight to find the issue would be greatly appreciated
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A blown headlight fuse will disable the starter circuit. ..fix your headlights and the bike will start.
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just replaced the fuse and still no start.
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do you headlights work? no working headlights = no start.
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Yeah the headlights don't turn on but. Not sure why. They're plugged in correctly and the fuse isn't blown as was just replaced
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Start digging. Power for the headlights goes thru the start button.
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update:
i now have the head lights turning on, still no priming of the fuel pump. im thinking i may have to remove the gas tank and start testing the pump.
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Open up the killswitch and check inside for corrosion on the wiring.. check the toggle switch as well, dirt can build up in there causing a poor connection..

Hope it works..

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Sorry. Your original post never read said the pump wasn't priming. Your typo was misleading


When you toggle the kill switch does the FI indicator show up on the dash?
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The only reason I mention the kill switch is because you mentioned the headlights not turning on..

I had a similar issue and almost ordered a new fuel pump. Well, turns out that the on/off toggle switch had a crap load of grime and dirt behind it. Some wd-40 cleaned it right up..

My headlights would also turn off on me during rides home at night which sucks ass in a rural area being that I was pretty much riding blind and had to pull over to follow the next car as he pretty much escorted me home..

Lng story short.. there's blue wire inside the kills-switch... (headlights) and it was broken off so I just soldered it together and it worked for awhile until the solder broke.. so just to keep it from happening again I just ended up splicing them and crimping them together.. my headlights are always on now but at least I don't have to worry about them going out anymore at night..

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If the kill-switch is good then the only other thing I can think of is the relay next to your battery under the seat. check it to make sure its not bad and check the fuse as well as the connections to the fuse for corrosion.

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alright ill try out he kill switch this weekend, fingers crossed this is the issue
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DOES THE FI INDICATOR SHOW UP ON YOUR DASH????


the reason i ask this question is because if it does, it rules out most people's suggestions. the test takes you 3 seconds and you don't have to take anything apart.


if you want to do it the hard way i'll stop posting here.
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i'm showing no FI indicator on the dash. for future reference what exactly does it tell you if it is lit?
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That the EFI system is powered up. .
It will come on for a few seconds then go out when you turn the kill switch to the run position.

If it doesn't come on its either the ign circuit (fuse), the EFI fuse, the kill switch, bank angle sensor, or engine stop relay.
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That the EFI system is powered up. .
It will come on for a few seconds then go out when you turn the kill switch to the run position.

If it doesn't come on its either the ign circuit (fuse), the EFI fuse, the kill switch, bank angle sensor, or engine stop relay.
I completly agree with this! I also have the wiring diagram and can send it over to you if needed!
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I completly agree with this! I also have the wiring diagram and can send it over to you if needed!

would you be able to send the wiring diagram, it would help out a lot
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