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Daytona 675 won't start

Bike has petrol and battery good. Turn on ignition and all looks good. SIdestand up, bike in neutral, clutch in. Press starter and nothing other than a faint click. Has happened once before at a rest stop after a long ride. On that occasion bike started after about a half hour. This time the bike is cold - I just wheeled it out of the shed.

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  • daytony Nov 22, 2008

    Went out to the bike this morning and it started just fine. Whatever it is it is not a hard fault.

  • punkymane Jan 27, 2009

    Brand New Bike and know it wont start??????Just gives a light click and nothing.....Taking it back for a battery check.

  • cujo78 Feb 25, 2009

    I started it a month and a half ago just fine but today I tried to
    start it by turning on the kill switch, inserting the key and turning
    it to on, I herd the fuel pump getting primed ( I my friend likes to
    say, killing the hamster noise ) and when I hit the engine start, for a
    milisecond the started tried to crank, but stopped and the instrument
    panel 'rebooted'. After the panel comes backup, the oil and engine light stay on ( can't remember if this is normal ) and there is a weird
    humming sound that does not go way immediately. Going to call the
    dealer tomorrow.

  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2009

    Hi my Daytona's fuel pump comes to life when it feels like. Changed it's relays but to no avail, when she does start she misfires could it be the actual pump?

  • daredevilxx Mar 19, 2009

    I have exactly same problem as Posted by cujo78 on Feb 25, 2009.

  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2009

    Same problem. Some times it starts others don't. Don't have a clue about the problem.

  • perillo Mar 19, 2009

    Turn key to on, bike in neutral, clutch in hit the starter and there is a click followed by the gauges resetting.



    Any solution?

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Hi,

Two possibilities:

  • starting relay. This could actually be bypassed/jumped to determine if the starter motor will turn:
  • starter motor. most likely carbon brush.
Just a start, do postback how things turned up or should you need additional information. Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa.

Posted on Nov 22, 2008

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