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Wont start 2004 Daytona 600, 1800 miles. Ok, let me start by saying I hope someone out there can help me! I just bought this bike from a good friend of mine. It had been sitting for seven months. We went to crank it up and it wouldn't start. He had started it a few times and it was fine. I replaced the battery and everything came on ie: dash, lights, and fuel pump. When I hit the ignition nothing would happen. The starter would make no noise at all. After fiddling with it for a few hours I decided to jump the starter solenoid. It fired right up. I let it idle for about an hour. It was raining so I didn't take it out. All of this was yesterday. This morning I went out and started it right up. I rode for about twenty minutes and then came home. I went inside for about thirty minutes and when I returned to the bike, I turned the key and nothing. The only thing that came on was the headlights. The cockpit did nothing, nor did the fuel pump. I am lost, I think I have gone through every possible option and I am at ends with the situation. Looking back at early threads I have seen the one about the kill switch. It is in the run position. The battery has a good charge and the kick stand is up. Clutch is in and bike is in nuetral. Please someone HELP!!!

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    Returned home shut it off restart, nothing happen ??

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Having recently gone to hell and back (like yourself) trying to find the starting problems with my D650, I wonder if this will help. On the 650, under the seat, to the front of the battery are three relays. To the rear of the battery is another relay. I was removing, swapping relays to try to isolate my problem. I can remember though that while removing one of those 4 relays, just the headlights would be on and there would be no other cockpit lights on. The giveaway is when the fuel pump dosen't prime. On the 650 you can both see this (tacho needle goes off the scale) and hear it. If it's the same with the 600, it would be worth checking these relays.

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