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Motorcycle problems! 2003 yamaha R6, the bike would die easy so I replaced the battery and now it won't kick over, fuses are fine and it sat for a while before I bought it

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Try replacing the electronic module .

Posted on May 05, 2013

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    How would I go about doing that and how much would that run me?

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SOURCE: remove the seat

The two rear corners of the riders seat can be pulled back, you will find two allen head screws, simply remove them and the seat can be removed exposing the battery.

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SOURCE: 2001 yamaha r6 keeps going dead! Stator,regulator or something?

you need to check for a short if its not that then it could be your altinator or a regulator box

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SOURCE: 2003 Yumbo Dakar 200 Motorcycle

my yumbo had this problem as well. with the cover off on the side with the battery you will see what looks like a small amplifier with a white plug going into the top of it. i simply took mine off (1 bolt at the base of it) and cleaned it up especially the ground wire under the bolt you loosen. also try and clean up the plug and connections. before you start riding again give the battery a trickle charge with a 2amp 12v battery charger. if this doesn't do it try tracing the ground wire from the battery to the frame and make sure it is good and clean; you can also find another good spot on the frame to ground it. give it a shot and i hope it works out, j

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SOURCE: 2001 yamaha R6 will die out on me while riding

Hi there!

dont give up on it yet. the CDI costs much! This sounds like a wiring problem. I've had the same problem before but i checked and traced the wiring and found out that the positive lead wire is making contact with the chassis.. due to vibration and just, it must have eaten the insulator. Check on this part. Also, make sure that your carb jets and spark plugs are clean.

-hope this gives you an idea.
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SOURCE: error code yamaha r6 2007 51 how can i erase it?

could be a safety shutdown by computer, only your dealer can erase the code....and then you'll find out whats wrong...and why the computer doesn't want you starting and damaging the bike.......Good Luck to you friend....Tim

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