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post #1 of 29 Old 03-11-2014, 05:09 AM Thread Starter
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2005 cbr600rr no power

Ok so my friends bike broke down while he was riding it just lost all power while he was stopped his battery has full charge, checked kill switch, checked all fuses, checked all connections nothing looks wrong.
Do you guys have any suggestions how we could get it going again without paying someone to ?

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do the gauges sweep when the key is turned on? Does the horn work?

If the gauges come on, what happens when you hit the starter button?

Has kickstand cutoff been bypassed?

Check the starter switch in the pod, could be corroded and cutting spark to the engine.

Start with those things.

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Nothing comes on it's like the battery is dead but it has a full charge
The next thing we're thinking of doing was bypassing the kill switch I'll get back to you guys

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If the headlight comes on, it's NOT the kill switch.



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If the headlight comes on, it's NOT the kill switch.
Same with fuel pump. You won't hear the fuel pump prime if the kill switch is engaged.

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No power comes on at all, no lights, no gauges, no priming

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Did you check fuses? Battery connections and grounds?

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Did you check fuses? Battery connections and grounds?
This. You've got a broken connection somewhere.

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Also, it can't hurt to try swapping the battery... I've seen some show 12 volts when they were disconnected and then drop to 6 or 8 as soon as the smallest load was applied... Never assume a battery is good.

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Bad battery is my first vote. Load test out and/or swap out the battery for a known good one. Just because the battery shows it has voltage does not mean it's good.

Also check the rectifier which may have been fried and is known to do on some models.

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Testing the battery today will keep you guys posted

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post #12 of 29 Old 03-23-2014, 03:23 PM
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Check master fuse, it's the black one.
If it died while riding, you popped a fuse or lost ground/connection somewhere.

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bike died

Same thing happened to me couple months ago - ground wire from PCIII came off. After re-attach, perfect!

Does the bike have a PCIII?

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Same thing happened to me couple months ago - ground wire from PCIII came off. After re-attach, perfect! Does the bike have a PCIII?
Doesn't have a power commander

Tried new battery,
Checked master fuse no issues with fuse still no power

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Did you check the fuse with a multi meter? I've seen fuses that I swore looked good and they were blown on more than one occasion.

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Did you check the fuse with a multi meter? I've seen fuses that I swore looked good and they were blown on more than one occasion.
I'll get back to you

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No power at all with a good battery and good fuses? Check the ignition switch.

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Did you check the fuse with a multi meter? I've seen fuses that I swore looked good and they were blown on more than one occasion.
+1, seen that too. And also, always pull the fuse before checking with multi meter...

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Checked fuses with multi they seem good

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Still no power or anything still dead
Should I check relays?

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Battery connections and grounds.

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Not that tried a new battery and checked the grounfs

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Ok so checked every single relay and fuse all have fine power, batter connections and grounds are good, still not getting any power I spent 12 hours today checking everything
Is there a chance it's the HISS??

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Check the main power geed from the ignition switch. It will feed the fuse board with a heavy gauge wire straight from the ignition switch.

If no power ... the main switch is shot or damaged.

Was the bike left overnight or alone prior to the no power snag? Maybe someone tried to jack it and messed with the igintion switch?

Have u verified that the main ignition switch is still plugged in and connected?

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Check the main power geed from the ignition switch. It will feed the fuse board with a heavy gauge wire straight from the ignition switch. If no power ... the main switch is shot or damaged. Was the bike left overnight or alone prior to the no power snag? Maybe someone tried to jack it and messed with the igintion switch? Have u verified that the main ignition switch is still plugged in and connected?
He was riding and stopped at a traffic light and just lost power
We have been trying for over a month to fix it and we have checked all the relays and they all have power all fuses are fine,
It's getting to the point we will take it to a mechanic

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2009- 1988 Yamaha XT250(8 months/stolen)
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Ok cool. From looking at your signature you also own a '05 CBR600RR .... why not start pulling parts off his and testing them on yours?

Don't install anything onto his bike from yours just in case its a short and might fry your component as well.

I would pull the following off one at a time install on yours and see if it works

- ecu
- ignition
- relays
- anything else you think might be suspect

At least you can test for servicable componenets and narrow your search area.

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Ok cool. From looking at your signature you also own a '05 CBR600RR .... why not start pulling parts off his and testing them on yours? Don't install anything onto his bike from yours just in case its a short and might fry your component as well. I would pull the following off one at a time install on yours and see if it works - ecu - ignition - relays - anything else you think might be suspect At least you can test for servicable componenets and narrow your search area.
Yeah have tried a few of my parts and relays on his it doesn't make sense that it doesn't work

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Something similar happened to a friend of mine. His GSXR just died on a ride one day. Turned out to be a faulty rectifier which burned out.

Suzuki had issued a recall for the part which was a known problem. Symptoms sound similar to what you describe. Sounds like you need to get busy with the multimeter.

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Something similar happened to a friend of mine. His GSXR just died on a ride one day. Turned out to be a faulty rectifier which burned out. Suzuki had issued a recall for the part which was a known problem. Symptoms sound similar to what you describe. Sounds like you need to get busy with the multimeter. PS: Hi, I'm new
Hey mate welcome to the forum
Oh really thanks that sounds good but we multi metered everything we could

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