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post #1 of 17 Old 04-18-2018, 02:58 PM Thread Starter
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Alright this one threw me for a loop. So I had my bike out the other day, ran fine, other then I accidentally unhooked the sensor for the emissions by the charcoal canister.

(Back story on that, back in October my body came off on that side and tore off the charcoal canister. My body pieces will be here tomorrow so I have a Schnitz flash and had the pairs disabled and thought I could unhook the sensor.)

I unhooked the sensor and threw a check engine light. Not a big deal because I knew what caused it and I’ve still got to get my recall done so I was going to have them clear it. I can’t really ride it right now because I haven’t renewed my plates yet.

Fast forward to day. I just got done changing my clutch so I go to start the bike to warm it up for an oil change. Turn the key on and you hear the pump come on and primes for about 3 seconds then you hear the pump quiet for a split second and then start again. I figured maybe it was because my low fuel light was on when I last started it last week. So I proceed to try and fire it up and it cranks with no fire and the whole dash starts to flash. Tried it a couple times to no avail. So now I’m trying to figure out why it’s not starting and bring the codes up on the dash to see what the issue is.

Electrical side of it I have a Schnitz flash and a PC5. Battery has plenty of juice. Let’s hear some ideas
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Popped the fuse for the ecu
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Where is the ecu fuse located? I checked the 3 fuses under the tail by the battery, they were good
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It's one of those three. I had one pop randomly on a gen 5 and had similar issues,
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Checked all 3, they were good, but switched them out. No change. Checked the fuse box up front. Switched out the ignition fuse. It looked good. No change
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Update, so you turn the key on, it will Cycle the pump for about 3 seconds. Looking at the my PC5 power light is green. So the system almost like resets after the cycle. There is what I’m assuming is a relay on the right side of the tail by the ecu and I’m assuming the kds hook up. When the system “resets” it clicks.
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Switched that one around with another and no change. Still resets
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Checked the tip over sensor, switched it out with the one off my gen 4. No change. Pulled the tank and checked for pinch lines, there was none. Pulled the air filter to make sure there was no obstructions, I’m at my wits end.
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Also double checked the crank sensor plug, injector plugs, and the ground right by the shock. All was good. Still no change.
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