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Honda CBR 600RR 04 electrical problem

Engine dies and all 4 indicator light glow when the light is switched to high beam. when switched back to low beam the voltage on the ignition resets itself, indicators go out and the bike will restart..Had the electrics thoroughly checked and problem remains a mystery.This doesn't happen every time high beam is on just periodically.Replaced the battery but problem still remains. Someone suggested this could be a factory fault.

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Does anyone no what problem i have?
I`v got a honda cbr 6 rr 05,tiptop condition starts everytime, runs really well. but when i turn off the engine. " like for filling up or just for 5min" It wont start or reluctant to start first time, but 2hrs later starts perfectly again!
can any one solve this problem please.
thanks. justin

Posted on Mar 24, 2010

  • jack edens Jun 23, 2012

    sounds like it is running over-rich, or if it's an injection, like the injectors are dribbling, flooding the engine, and then two hours later, the fuel has had time to evaporate, and hey presto, no problem

  • jack edens Jun 23, 2012

    sounds like it is running over-rich, or, if it's an injection, like your injectors are dribbling, flooding the engine, and then two hours later it has had time to evaporate. i would definately suggest having a look at the fuel system. hope this helpsya mate

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Sounds like a bad earth and you are getting a + backfeed to you indicators, check all green wires thoroughly on connections and to frame etc.
you can also do a check for me--remove the headlight relay and try again .and come back to me with your results

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