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Ignition switch I have a 2007fzx 750 with 25000 + miles and the ignition switch went out and the deal mechanic says he has replacer two others. What is going on here ? does anyone knoe if Yamaha is dotng anything about this problem.

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First I've heard about it Bogie had a FJR never had a problem with it.. hmmmmmmmm

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With the key on and the bike running , the bike will some times shut off. All power is lost as if the key were turned off.If i play with the key the lights all come back on and the bike starts no problem.....


It sounds like you have a dirty or broken contact base on your ignition switch. Unfortunately, you do not have a replaceable contact base on your switch. Your best option would be to replace the ignition switch. You will end up with two keys for your cycle but it will fix your problem. The only other option is to carefully disassemble your switch and attempt to clean the contact points in the switch. Worst case scenario would be you break the switch and have to replace it anyway. Happy trails.

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My 2003 sportster died out suddenly 4 times in 3 miles the other day the same thing happened 4 years ago and it was the ignition module so i think it is the module again is there anyway i can...


There is a test procedure in a service manual but they specify that you must use a particular type of multi-meter to make the test or your results will vary. I've never successfully tested an ignition ignition unit. I've always replaced a "known bad" unit with an aftermarket unit since I was an independent mechanic. The dealer may have a way to test the unit. But, if your problem is intermittant, if they test it and it's working, they won't find a problem. If it ain't broke, they can't find a problem. Catching the problem when "it's there" could be a problem. It's strange that you've had to replace the ignition system once and think you might have to again on a 2003 model. I've got a 1994 Wide Glide that still has the original ignition system on it and I've seen some bikes with as many as 75K miles on them with the original ignition system. Harley's ignition system is a pretty good unit. Have you checked your fuel petcock and the gas cap vent? Harley went to a vacuum operated petcock in 1996 and they do give problems. Your bike has a full tank of fuel but none in the carburetor. The tank vents through the cap and if it is blocked, vacuum builds up in the tank. Try loosening, but not removing, the gas cap so air can get inside the tank. If that cures the problem, replace the cap.

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I'm a little confused. You said that the lights come on and you get a clicking at the starter relay. Then you say that when you switch to igniton, everything goes dead. From the factory, you must first turn the switch to the ignition position before you can get anything, lights, starter, horn. Some guys set their switches up to be like an old style bike. First click is ignition, second click is ignition and lights. But, since most states now require you ride with your headlight on all the time, Harley simply wires the switch to a "one position" switch.

At first guess, I'd think you have a bad switch because you said the when you went to the "ignition" position, everything went dead.

But, you said that you could get lights and a clicking noise. If the clicking is coming from the small one inch plastic cube starter relay, you may or may not be getting power to the starter solenoid.

Look at the starter from the right side of the bike and you'll see a five sided plate with three small bolts holding on. At the top of this plate, you'll see a single wire connector. Unplug this wire and use either a test light or a volt meter to test for voltage on this wire when you press the start button and the starter relay clicks. If you do, the relay is good but something is wrong in the starter. If no voltage, the relay is not doing it's job.

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