Bike wouldn't start after atempting to fix rear signal light.
I have a 2001 Hayabusa, my rear signal light would come on then go out. When attempting to locate the problem by unhooking the wire to the signal light, the bike wouldn't crank or light up at all. Could someone please help me.
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There is also a switch on the kick stand, check that for being junked up or loose also. Is the neutral light on, again the ECU will be looking for the neutral light or at least the trans being in neutral. Then you may just need to try adjusting the clutch. Feel for a resistance then adjust for a bit of slack on the lever. They do not have your particular model but look here at this site for a manual on a Triumph. Most company's use the same wiring on other models or at least you can get an idea of where to look. www.carlsalter.com Hope this helps Fix Ya up.
Well...in general....the turn signals brake lights and horn and instrument lights are typically on the Signal fuse on most bikes.
So....any recently added accessories to the circuit?
If not...start at the signal and brake light sockets...inspect wiring around the socket and the sockets themselves looking for a possible short.
Then check wiring to the back under seat for chafing pinching etc
Inspect the wiring aroiund the steering head in case a pinch has occured causing a short on bar rotation.
If all looks okay...inspect the horns....not sure on your Busa, but many horns use 2 wires and ground through the horn button....so the horn needs to be insulated on its mount so as it may be wired hot and can short.
Assuming that the bike is stock with no modifications, the first thing to try is to sit on the bike and lift the side stand up to the riding position. If the bike starts then you may have a problem with the side stand switch or the clutch lever switch.
Has the bike been sitting for a long time? Does the fuel smell stale?
Please try the side stand procedure and then contact me back.
I've got the same problem on my 08 Busa. Both times happened after turning left. The second definitely happened when I turned on the left turn signal. The 4 way flashers worked after I replaced the fuse the first time. Perhaps the left turn signal worked a few times between replacing the fuse the first time the second time it blew. I looked at the left handlebar switch and can't see a problem in it. Next, I'm going to trace some wires.
Check the rear bulbs.If they are working (brakes+lights) check the wires.For the turn signals, override the flasher relay.If they are coming on then you need to replace the relay.If not then check the left hand side clip on switch.
out of 9 sensor that would shut the injection off, I for got to set the tip-over sensor up straight.it for when the bike ever tip-over it cut off current supplied to the fuel pump, fuel injectors, and ignition coils.