:+1:prob drowned the air filter w water and or airbox!......plus water in the elec connections
Set it out it the sun for a few hrs and then try it again,.............
never,........never power wash!......but if you must,.....keep the wand far from the bike so it is only a gentle type rinse!
:+1:if you get water inside electrical connections,letting them sit in the sun wont dry them out.it creates condensation and makes for an even longer drying process.
You have to get in there son and start drying all connections you see at the wave of a wand.
Most likely the connectors under the tank are dry they were somewhat protected.
The boot on your plugs are tall enough to keep water out,i'd go for the coils first.
Look at your tip over switch.enough water in there and it could believe it's been tipped and tripped.it'll crank but wont start kinda like when you crash them.
I took your advice... It's not working now:dontknow:Open the gas cap and throw a sparkeler in there.
if you really took his advice, you should be blown to bits and deadI took your advice... It's not working now:dontknow:
Not necessarily..... I could just be a torso with a head:badteeth:if you really took his advice, you should be blown to bits and dead
The difference between being rained on (even a torrential down pour) and what happened here is that the water getting on your bike isn't under pressure and firing at it like a jet.My 10 sits out in the rain all day - an 8+ hour soak while at work. ( I live North of Seattle, WA). I would say at least 100 days a year for the last three years. It has NEVER failed to start! Guess I'm just lucky.
Let us all know just what the end result was. I heard of using DIELECTRIC grease for the wiring connectors. Never had a need, but you may want that glopped around your connectors in the future. Give it a Google.
:+1: Man I just used a pressure washer the other day and I was destroying blacktop with it no problem...that's some serious pressure to be spraying all up in a bike! :eyecrazy:The difference between being rained on (even a torrential down pour) and what happened here is that the water getting on your bike isn't under pressure and firing at it like a jet.