Need help putting seat back on, finding fuel switch & kill switch
Just need the simple instructions on putting my seat back on. Simple, but not to me, its been years since ive toke it out 4 a spin. I can either get the front latch to catch or the 2 back ones but not all 3. please help
i also forgot where the fuel switch and kill switch is if theres one.
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Re: need help putting seat back on, finding fuel switch...
The only kill switches on the xb9s is the kickstand switch, the right hand thumb switch and the key switch. As for your seat, make sure your tool kit is out of the way(if you still have it) and that the battery is the correct size and is sitting in it's cradle completely. The front of the seat is pushed down dirst and slid forward and the back is popped down onto the two legs.
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Try a simple trick I have used on many Volvos. You will need several paper towels and a can of WD40. With the ignition off soak the switch until it overflows with WD40 and work it in all it's directions for 5 minutes and repeat. The WD40 will clean the contacts which is the normal problem.
A kill switch is a simple switch that interrupts power to the ignition system. You can attempt to start by cranking the engine over, but power is prevented from getting to the ignition coil / spark plugs so the engine will never start.
A kill switch can be a stand alone anti-theft device or is often part of an anti-theft system - that is operated by the driver often from inside the car. They can be as simple as a small toggle switch that is hidden away or can be related to requiring that the driver's foot be on the brake and the left directional must be on (or other combination of a number of devices) in order to start.
The simplicity of the kill switch relies on either (1) the stealthiness of its location or (2) method of disabling the switch to allow the engine to start and run (as described above). Since most are operated from the driver's seat, feel / look around under the dashboard, seat, console, etc. for a switch or other non-factory or suspect device that can be manually operated. Operate the device and attempt to start the vehicle.
try putting a simple car light bulb across the wires to fuel pump , this is an easy way to see if it gets left on at days end , I ended up doing this to my ign switch because folks here were stopping it with just choking it ,not the switch and were leaving it on all night destroying ign module and draining battery , i added simple car dash type indiacators to the panel to show if key was on or not , now they see! if key is left on you might need to do the same thing
Sounds like a broken or cracked wire under the seat. It sounds like it's grounding itself out when you put the seat back.Find someone limber to crawl under the seat to eyeball the situation, chances are, it's a simple fix. Hope this helped you out. G.K.
parked dead batteries, Sulphate and die fast, LEAD/ACID CELLS ALL DO THAT .
CAR Is now modified. and you never told the exact product. there are many products, seen them all (pro grade), but you don't know. ex: 1: simple lug switch. ex 2: a fancy device on the battery lug the senses low battery and automatically disonncect it (with emergency bypass) ex.3; some one wild idea ,and NFG. show me photos of wild and i can tell you why it wont work or why it will catch fire.
next time, put the battery on the bench and use a float charger. 24/7
it will last 10 years or more like that.. really.
and thanks for keying those bad guys at bay ! (im a viet nam vet)
to deploy do above float , and fog oil the engine. do what the boaters do.. its not hard to do at all. keeps rings from rusting and valves faces and seats.
ps> a bet way to have a kill switch (not battery type) is add a fuel pump hot wire, kill switch that only you know were it is and is not in the engine bay or in easy sight. best of best. mines behind plastic panels, hint ,hint.
Make sure the TOOL KIT IS NOT IN THE WAY (if you still have it) and that the battery IS THE CORRECT SIZE. Again, put the front down FIRST, and push toward the front of the bike then put the rear down and pop it onto the legs.
There are several things that could be going on, but what you said in your description about the dead man switch in the seat may need your attention first. The switch it self could also be bad. After you rule this out the next thing I would check is the fuel shut off solenoid located on the carb when you turn the key on to run you should hear a click and feel it in the solenoid. After this you may have a fuel pump issue or a coil issue. but from what you I have described I believethe first 2 itmes I mentioned should fix your problem
Its quite simple. Just go to any hardware, or electronics store and purchase a small toggle on off switch. Find the rem wire where it runs from the back of the headunit to the amp, and wherever its easy to reach simply cut the wire, Strip the two ends of the wire and mark the piece still connected to the head unit +, and the one connected to your kenwood amp -. Next Find a suitable place to mount your switch, (probably somewhere close to the drivers seat). Mount the switch, but make sure you can reach the terminals on the switch. Then Splice a wire from the + end of the cut remote wire, to the + end of your switch and connect it.(if the switch's terminals aren't marked +, and - just pick one and call it +, and the other -, it doesn't matter) Next run a wire from the - end of the cut remote and connect it to the - switch terminal. Then you're done... Just remember for your amp to be on both your headunit and switch have to be on. Also while your wiring disconnect the - terminal of your car battery to avoid shorting anything. Also discharge your capacitor if you have one. Enjoy you system!