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Electronic Fuel Pump

Have stored my motorcycle over winter went to start it but no electronic pump sound when turning the ignition on. Engine turned over fine on electric start but would not fire up. Checked plug was very dry so no fuel getting to injectors. It sounds like fuel pump not working or could it be the relay. If so where is the relay and if i need to change fuel pump i undrestand it is in fuel tank. Could the relay be sticking due to storage.
Thanks Paul.

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It turned out that the ignition key was faulty and it cut out my fuel pump and power to my spark plug but all other electrics worked. Tried my spare key and could hear fuel pump working pressed starter and it fired up how bizarre is that. so problem sorted.

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