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My 1994 fzr1000 recently lost power, the rev counter went and all the turn signals went so i pulled over and switched it off, when i went to start it up again the fuel pump primed for a lot longer than normal? It started up after a few trys but a couple of miles up the road same again, when i got home one of the 20amp fuses had gone, changed that and bam its sorted! 10 minutes riding and same again, revs gone turn signals and engine cuts out? Any ideas?

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SOURCE: shuts off while driving. no fuel pressure. pcm fuse blows/ fuel pump relay inserted.

Sounds like the fuel pump is shorted.

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SOURCE: rev counter high.

sounds like the sensor module

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sounds like the idle speed sensor,if your rpm's are idling up and down

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SOURCE: Rev counter jumps whilst idling and then engine cuts out

Your problem sounds as if the thermo sensor....which controls the air fuel ratio when engine is cold....is faulty. It is a common fault on this model.
This is not an expensive part, and takes only a short time to fit.
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SOURCE: 1994 chevy s10 blazer turns over, won't start

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