Question about 2006 Yamaha YZF-R6
Sorry to hear about your problem. The good news is it wont last long and you can most likely fix it with a can of WD40. When you washed the bike you got the wires wet and that can cause a short which will prevent the bike from igniting. Another thing you want to make sure did not happen is getting water in the air filter, if that happens you will **** water in through the carbs and that can be an issue. Water is heavier than gas and it will not **** through the lets in the carbs. You may need to drain the float bowls to insure there is no water in them. One drop in each bowl is enough to stop the bike from running.
Use the WD40 to spray in all the fuses that you took out. I think you just got everything wet. Water in the carbs may be the bigger issue.
Let me know if you need any further assistance.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
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