Question about 2002 Ducati 750 SS
1994 750 ss Ducati have removed and checked the ECU unit and it appears to work but only for a while and the stops working again whats the problem
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check the cable. I've broken one myself on my 900CR 2 valve. The cable should run from the back of the tach to the top of the front cylinder head. I'm pretty sure in 2001 they were still using a cable for the Monster S4's. Start there. Unscrew both ends and see if you're missing one end or the other.
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
Your fuel pump is vacuum operated, I would look for a crack in the rubber somewhere. Also, the side stand, the bike will start with it down, but will shut off the second you put it in gear. I have a 2002 S4.
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
Testimonial: "sidest. switch OK. Short wiring pump doesn't make it run! Emptied tank, found a loose part with o-ring seal on the bottom. Dealer tomorrow "
I can't find anything in the book that says the headlights run through the ecu,,, it does run through the relay box located near your battery, They made 5 different ecu's, (just in case) all have been know to go bad, after market units are available. Back to the headlights, both, head lights and turn signal connections have been know to melt, clean your connections and grease with dielectric grease. Clean out the white film inside headlight with mild degreaser. Your electrical system is taxed to start with, do not add anything to your bike that uses electricity, lights, boom boxes, gps, fuzzbusters, anything. If you ride in the rain, your junction box can have corroded wire ends, you have to pull it apart to inspect it. Your bike is a CAN , computer aided network, I think, I know it came out in 2003, it has little wires performing multiple duties, shaved pounds off the weight of the harness. There are many more things that go wrong, and a lot of aftermarket suppliers out there, I have a list here if you need a computer, headlight, regulator, rectifier, etc. hope this helps.
Posted on May 13, 2010
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