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2002 Honda cbr 600 cbr f4i no prime

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Old 03-02-2019, 09:30 AM
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Iíve read numerous forums on this topic but mine seems. Little bit different. It all started when I was riding one day and my bike flashes the F1 light as it died. I saw three wires were pulled out of the ecu on the black plug. P/G, P/Bl, P/Y. I then got the Schematic and placed the wires back in the correct pins. I now have no fuel pump prime. With the no fuel pump prime, I have the sub fuse blowing every time the kill switch is on the run position. I tested the fuel pump and it runs, I put in a new ignition switch in. I started to bypass the Bank angle sensor, this is where I found a problem. With the harness disconnected the 20 amp fuse does not blow, then with the bank sensor unplugged it doesnít blow, but with the bank sensor bypasses or plugged in it blows the sub 20 amp fuse. There are no turn signals upfront right now everything is tapped off. The relays are good for fpr and start relay. But only the killswitch relay engages.

please help!!!

safe riding!
 
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Old 03-05-2019, 03:57 AM
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Firstly I would take off the Kill Switch and check connections within,, also the Ignition switch you fitted , does it have the Pink wire with Diode in it, does it also blow the 10A Fan fuse, and which 2 wires did you bypass on the Bank Angle sensor
 
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