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Glad I found this site, bought this bike, brought home and took wife for ride on wet lawn of all places. Short story is we tipped bike, bike died like it supposed to, but now won't start at all. Resistance is fine on tos , seams to be only .02 of a volt at the connector with out sensor attached. I wanted to see if power was even there. My volt meter was not entering well from back of leads so that's why I Checked just for voltage. Any help is welcomed. Thanks. I'm just hoping I made a good buy. :|
 

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Check the bolts on the battery are tight, when it goes on it's side you
have to turn the ignition right off then back on to restart it, failing
these maybe the tip switch as stuck think its under the gauges but not sure
maybe a little tap with your finger or somthing light.
 

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Check the kill switch.
check that the side stand is fully up
That you have not damaged the left hand brake lever which you have to squeeze to start.
 

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when you turn on the key what does the display say? stupid question I know but it might help a stupid guy like me come up with a good answer, do the gauges go flip flop and stop like before ? any sound of fuel pump running ?

update you location, you might have a burgman neighbor within riding distance, and they will gladly come over, eat your groceries :roll: , ogle your wimmin :shock: , drink your beverages :evil: , look at yhour bike, tell you about their own :roll: , and ride away saying , yep it's broke :?
 
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Mikemarine, battery is good, gauges go threw proper cycle,f1 blinks and check engine is one. No spark and no fuel to spark plug. It was basically 5 mph dump with me and wife on grass so I don't think any damage is the key. I appreciate all your input thnx. Gordon.
 

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when you turn on the key what does the display say? stupid question I know but it might help a stupid guy like me come up with a good answer, do the gauges go flip flop and stop like before ? any sound of fuel pump running ?

update you location, you might have a burgman neighbor within riding distance, and they will gladly come over, eat your groceries :roll: , ogle your wimmin :shock: , drink your beverages :evil: , look at yhour bike, tell you about their own :roll: , and ride away saying , yep it's broke :?
 

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As MacDoc said, check that the kill switch on the right grip is in the run position. Check the side stand to ensure the interlock switch was not damaged and the side stand is going fully up to engage it. Check to see that the brake lights come on when you squeeze the brake levers. All that has to be correct and functioning for the bike to start because of the interlock circuit that requires kill switch on, side stand up and brake lever squeezed before the bike will start.

If all that is good then it is possible the ECM did not reset after the tip over switch was triggered. Try unhooking the neg terminal on the battery, count to 30 then hook it back up. That would force a reboot of the ECM.
 
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If kill switch , kick stand where not correct, then bike would not crank correct, bike turns over just fine, just does not start.
 

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Try cranking it with the throttle held open. Sometimes the bikes get in a mode where they will not start on a closed throttle.

I would advise you put it on the center stand before trying this though.
 
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Knew to bike system, my bad that check in word came on, did not know if kick stand was down it would come on. Lol
 
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Tried full throttle, but there is no spark. Interesting with wide open throttle the F-1 does not appear .
 

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Tried full throttle, but there is no spark. Interesting with wide open throttle the F-1 does not appear .
I assume you have got fuel in the tank/
how about detaching the line to see if it is actually reaching the injector........ and checking the spark cover to see it hasnt become detached from the spark plug?
I had trouble with an older bike which wouldnt start with with right hand throttle side lever pulled.....some one suggested doing it to the left and behold it worked.i had dirty contacts under the handle bar!
 
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I don't think the fuel pump is running, I played with fuel injector, now the f-1 code does not flash, but still does not start, frustrating . :|
 
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I'll have to check each unit for proper resistance, voltage piece by piece till I figure it out I guess .
 

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Do you have access to a shop manual. If so it might be a good idea to read the FI section so you have an understanding of the various systems and sensors involved in the ignition and fuel injection control functions. It will also tell you how to go about testing the various components.

As for the FI indicator, that can be a good thing if you are trying to trouble shoot a problem. If you put the ECM in dealer mode then when the FI indicator lights up an error code will be displayed on the dash that will point you at what the ECM thinks is the problem. If the FI indicator is not lighted then the code C00 will be displayed while you are in dealer mode.
 
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Thanks all, I will continue on, and keep the suggestions coming. And I'll share the solution when I find it thanks.
 

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You do know you have to squeeze the brake to start with the kickstand up.
 

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I don't think the fuel pump is running
To check if the pump is working you can disconnect the fuel hose from the injector side(2 Allan bolts) . If you turn the key gas should run out from that hose and you should feel the pressure if you press the finger against the metal end of the hose.
If the pump is running the next thing I will do : check to see if there is spark.
 
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