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Bank angle sensor missing

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The headlight assembly was smashed off in the crash..........I want to bypass the bank angle sensor to start the engine.........can anybody spot the frayed wires or existing plug that went to it?
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Page 6-71 of the 2008 service manual shows several pics of it and the plug that connects to it.

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Page 6-71 of the 2008 service manual shows several pics of it and the plug that connects to it.

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Thanks TedE, found the wires, closed the circuit, but still no spark, on to the other sensors and manual's suggestions.

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Thank you BigMattyD,

I did already download that service manual.

Bypassed the bank angle sensor for now.

Just did test on relay that is linked to same circuit as bank angle sensor and its good too, and it gets juice when you hit the start button.

I pulled out one spark plug but kept it in the tunnel enough to spark the side wall down in there that its in, but so I can see down there if it sparks, do you think that tunnel gets a good ground, enough to show spark?

Need to figure out next thing to check............
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Thank you BigMattyD,

I did already download that service manual.

Bypassed the bank angle sensor for now.

Just did test on relay that is linked to same circuit as bank angle sensor and its good too, and it gets juice when you hit the start button.

I pulled out one spark plug but kept it in the tunnel enough to spark the side wall down in there that its in, but so I can see down there if it sparks, do you think that tunnel gets a good ground, enough to show spark?

Need to figure out next thing to check............
Did you notice if your fuel pump kicked on when you turned on the key and put the shut off switch to run after you by-passes the bank angle sensor.


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Did you notice if your fuel pump kicked on when you turned on the key and put the shut off switch to run after you by-passes the bank angle sensor.


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no, I have taken the fuel tank off and I believe the fuel pump is built into the bottom of it. I have never heard the fuel pump come on yet probably because I took it off early on.
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no, I have taken the fuel tank off and I believe the fuel pump is built into the bottom of it. I have never heard the fuel pump come on yet probably because I took it off early on.
Ya, it's mounted in the bottom of the tank. I was trying to do the same think, by-pass the bank angle sensor. I think the switch may be built in a way that you can't by-pass it, but I haven't been able to figure that out yet.


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Ya, it's mounted in the bottom of the tank. I was trying to do the same think, by-pass the bank angle sensor. I think the switch may be built in a way that you can't by-pass it, but I haven't been able to figure that out yet.


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When I saw the schematic of that sensor, I knew it was just a simple switch, so I closed the circuit by touching the two different color wires which should close it, now there was a third wire, the green one, which is the ground, and I did nothing with that, and I hope that it does not need any connection, by my logic, its just there in case there is a short of some kind and you can leave it hanging?

I think when I did the test as to whether the ECM had juice, it did not and I have to go back there and ask why not, that could be the hint I am looking for.

Let's keep in touch on this and help one another if possible.

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When I saw the schematic of that sensor, I knew it was just a simple switch, so I closed the circuit by touching the two different color wires which should close it, now there was a third wire, the green one, which is the ground, and I did nothing with that, and I hope that it does not need any connection, by my logic, its just there in case there is a short of some kind and you can leave it hanging?

I think when I did the test as to whether the ECM had juice, it did not and I have to go back there and ask why not, that could be the hint I am looking for.

Let's keep in touch on this and help one another if possible.

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Just for the hell of it, attach another piece of wire to the green wire and run it to a common ground on the bike and see if anything happens. That could be why it's not doing anything. Definitely keep in touch.


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