cbr600 rr 2006

8 Posts | Latest reply on 28/07/2017 18:52:25 by Blackpool_biker | Go to original / last post
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Djdg

In: Nottingham
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Had my bike 1 half years out for a ride it just died on me mechanic check every thing as the norm can not fin out what it is he said fuel pump when at first any information mail me please regards Darren                                                                                                                                                                             
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yarg

In: Birmingham
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More info required, have you still got electrics or is it just engine dead.                                                                                                                                                                             
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yarg

In: Birmingham
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If you still got electrics, when you turn on ignition you should hear the fuel pump prime for a few seconds , if not most probably is the pump, if it does prime then check fuel filters for blockage though you normally get a warning with intermittent spluttering first if its a blockage.
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dennyboo

In: Huddersfield
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talking of fuel has it got any ?                                                                                                                                                                             
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JP

In: Birmingham
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Start at the side stand and tilt switches                                                                                                                                                                             
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dennyboo

In: Huddersfield
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Aw JP you've had those probs too its getting a common problem that side stand switch isn't it ,
So many have scratched there heads when its just been a simple switch                                                                                                                                                                              
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Cornholio

In: London
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A loose battery terminal can also cause you all sorts of grief too, till you find it. You can probably guess how I know that one. LOL                                                                                                                                                                             
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Blackpool_biker

In: Blackpool
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Check battery level when OFF the bike and probably best to ensure it's fully charged before refitting. Whilst it is off check all the fuses and use a meter to test the stand switch and also clutch switch if it has one. Meter the negative from the batt term to a few places on the bike such as bolt heads, frame and engine casing to ensure you have a good bond.

Process of elimination really,  Once batt is back on fully charged you can test pumps and other items and if you do manage to get it started be sure to check the output from the Alt as could be Alt/reg/rec fault caused original problem.



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