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post #1 of 15 Old 11-21-2012, 04:38 PM Thread Starter
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2007 CBR1000rr no fire/no fuel/no gauge sweep

Just picked up a cherry 2007 today from a widow whose husband had a heart attack. He bought the bike brand new, put 2776 miles on it and parked it in the summer of 09. Now i have it, after changing oil and gas, when i turn on the ignition the gauges illuminate but don't sweep. After you press the starter button and it begins to turn over they do there sweep, but it wont start, no fire or fuel, not even a fuel pump prime. While starting the hesd and the FI light are illuminated, then if you turn off the engine stop switch while cranking they turn off. I bypassed the BAS and tried again with the same results ecpect now the HESD and FI light do not come on. So i wired it back up and yet they did not come back on during cranking. Any help would be awesome, I just want to ride this thing.
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post #2 of 15 Old 11-21-2012, 05:17 PM
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Sounds like your fuel pump maybe gummed up with old gas.

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Its something small nut you have to find it.batery,fuses,ground spots.conectors.

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Sounds electrical, have you checked the battery? Check for burnt fuses, read voltages on fuses, rectifier, and stator... good luck! Curious how much did you buy the bike for?

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Have you put a new battery in it, or have you re-charged the old one?

Kill switch maybe? I had mine fail to start a couple of times, traced the fault to the kill-switch contacts wearing. It was a while ago, but I think from memory, it turned over on the starter but wouldn't start. Wiggling the kill-switch, I could hear the pump run, then stop, then run again.
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Okay, I replaced the battery and now the gauge sweeps properly but still no fuel prime or fire,I will start running those things down, and I paid 2500 for it.
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Have you put a new battery in it, or have you re-charged the old one?

Kill switch maybe? I had mine fail to start a couple of times, traced the fault to the kill-switch contacts wearing. It was a while ago, but I think from memory, it turned over on the starter but wouldn't start. Wiggling the kill-switch, I could hear the pump run, then stop, then run again.
Before I bypassed the BAS the FI light and HESD light were on while cranking, once I turned the kill switch off, while cranking, they went off and the would come back on after I switched the kill switch on. So I think that clears the kill switch of not working. Or am I wrong there. Also when I cranked it after i bypassed the BAS there was some smoke coming from the right side under the fairing, so i obviously stopped. It seemed to be coming from the component on the side in the aluminum case with the cooling fins? What is this piece? And what the hell did I do to it by bypassing the BAS?
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After thinking about it, That must be the voltage regulator. How can i test it to see if its good or needs replacing?
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Okay, I replaced the battery and now the gauge sweeps properly but still no fuel prime or fire,I will start running those things down, and I paid 2500 for it.
Lol nice brother, you practically stole it

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