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Problem to start my CBR?

Hello All, I'm newbie in this forum. I have a 2004 model 600rr and I had problem to start engine. I have been change new battery and looks all fuses. Looks like fuel pump not coming on. In another threat someone mentioned BAS? What is that???
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BAS = bank angle sensor its a sensor that causes the bike to shut off
when its not in the upright position , its located between the headlights
if you have not messed up with the headlights at all then its probably
something else that is causing fuel pump problems such as relay



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maybe some of the things from my thread might help you out. Please post when it works and tell us what it is....check your kill switch (that one can really get ya some times)

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please tell me you figured it out....so tell me

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I really don't know what was reason, but I just take extra power wrom car battery and bike start run. After that it is been start normally.
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Your battery just needed to be charged having a battery tender
to charge the battery when the bike aint ridden will save u lots
of headaches



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Your battery just needed to be charged having a battery tender
to charge the battery when the bike aint ridden will save u lots
of headaches
Noup that is not a reason, because I have a new battery and also charged that.
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