Question about 2002 Ducati 750 SS
Bike wont start and blinks Na Int when the key is put in the ignition.
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Posted on Feb 04, 2016
plugged filters fouled plugs etc.). With some simple TLC the bike is now running pretty strong. The only problem is that it revs very high for a long time before it comes down to a normal idle. If I tip the bike to one side, the idle drops to a normal level. Is something wrong with the carbs? I have no idea what would cause this. Any info would be helpful. Thanks!,Yeah, that would be my first guess. Might want to check the throttle & choke cables too, make sure they aren't gunked up or even hung up something. That's a weird one though ... not something I can easily diagnose over the internet ..,,,
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
SOURCE: Starter problems
well what you did there was start it but the fans still need the ignition switch to turn on all the electronics. for the starting problem, check the wiring from the battery to the relay. or even the actual ignition switch in the bars. see if the button is bad, that has been a small problem if the internal workings in the button get coroded or get miss aligned.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
Sounds like you're using a black key that has a damaged chip, so the ICU will not recognized it and has immobilized the bike. Use the red key, or the spare black key if you have it. If you don't have a spare, scrounge the internet for various work arounds, otherwise it's a very costly repair.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
This is only a way-out-of-date partial solution, but my 2003 is having the same issue. Turns out to the left (driver's side in a car) of the battery there are two relays underneath the fuel tank. One of mine shorted out in the rain and had to be replaced in order for it to run. Now, the relay sometimes needs to be removed and re-seated to get the gauge pod to light as it should (the dial arms sweeping as normal and the like) and for the ignition button to start the bike. Mechanic and I are still trying to figure out why the bike is burning through relays though.
Posted on Mar 11, 2014
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