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Fireblade rr 2001 starting problem

Left bike for a l;ong period of time and trickled charged battery. When went to start just makes a loud clicking noise just behind the battery

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  • electrocomm Jan 04, 2009

    Even if all the lights still bright would they still do that if the battery is dead. Thanks

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Your trickle charger has killed your battery. Replace the battery and all will be well.

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    Dick Jan 04, 2009

    You could try checking the electrolyte level in your battery and topping off with distilled water if low, but I give that only a 20% chance of success. You can also remove the battery and take to any auto parts store to have it load tested. But I think if you check with a voltmeter you will find it drops to well under 10v when you are trying to start the bike.

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    Dick Jan 04, 2009

    Yes they would still do that. Running the lights takes a tiny amount of battery power compared to starting the bike.

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I think you need a manual and you can download it here free:
http://www.carlsalter.com/aaman/Honda_CBR1000RR_Servicemanual.with.hyperlinks.pdf

Please leave fair comment if I have helped you.

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