I have a problem with my 04 GSXR600. The temperature doesnt show up. What shows up is CHECk But what am I suppose to check. I assume there is a connection problem but where should I look to check. Any help greatly appreciated.
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hi there could you be more specific have you no battery power do the lights work is there petrol in it most starting issues come from the battery so would start there first check the battery its just under the seat and easy to take out for a charge if its not the battery then it could be the starter if your getting an fI then thats another issue but be handy if ya could post some more info
HI, HAS THE OLD OWNER INSTALED A LED FLASHER UNIT? IT MAY BE WHEN ALL 4 FLASHERS ARE ON THERE IS ENOUGH RESISTANCE TO OPPERATE THE OLD RELAY, BUT WHEN INDICATORS ARE SELECTED IN A NORMAL MODE, THE RELAY DOESNT WORK, HAVE ALSO SEEN FAILURE OF THE AFTERMARKET LED RELAYS, IF FITTED REMOVE UNIT AND CHECK THE REAR FOR ANY SIGNS OF BURNING, PAUL
it has proberly pulled some dirt through the petrol line`s because it has been standing for seven months if so the injectors or carb are more than likley bloked give them a clean and you should be good to go
I'm assuming bike is still under warranty, so theyshould fix it free. Otherwise you will have to trace each wire individually. Do this with ignition off an then check all positive wires to ground. If you have continuity then you have found the bad wire. Good Luck.
ok you loosen then 2 bolts on the bottom of each fork tube then remover the brake from the wheel. Make sure the bike is well sopported and then remove the axle bolt that hold the rim on and it will drop out.