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First thing, did you uncross the wires? If not, start there. Second, listen for fuel pump to cycle a prime at key-on. If uou hera pump, then uts not there. Third, assuming the pump is good, check each plug for spark. Could be a bad coil from factory. Was it individual coils or a master pack? If seperate coils and no spark at all, then check fuses and pcm. Recheck all connectors. Hope this helps.
Fuel system may have a problem at fuel filter, or pump is shutting down. Make sure you have spark after engine stalls( DO NOT TURN KEY OFF ). If you do turn key off restart let stall happen do not turn key this time. Pull a spark plug wire at spark plug. Put a spark plug into that end of the spark plug wire. Ground the base of the spark plug on a good none painted placed so that you can see the spark, then you turn the key to crank watching for sparks at the very end cap of the spark plug. My son has a 2013 Harley, I think this fill fix your problem, Lee.
use ohm meter to check ground to pos cable to starter If 000 check for ground wire on starter it should go to starter bolt. voltage reg stuck open Unplug ignition module check battery if still sparking not module.
Could be many things. First i would listen for the fuel pump to kick on whenever you turn the key on(without starting). Then if you don't hear it kicking on, check all your fuses. Especially the fuel pump fuse. If none of your fuses are bad, then your fuel pump is shot and you need to replace it. After that, if it still wont start, Check to see if your getting spark to your spark plugs. You can do this by taking the sprk plug out, and keeping it hooked to the wire and have someone try to crank the motor. As they are turning the motor over, see if you see the spark plug sparking. If not, then its your coil packs, or your vehicle is off time. ALSO, try changing the crank sensor. That could be why its not starting as well. Hope this helps, James Booth. Please rate this. :) And good luck with your experiance in trying to crank your vehicle. Have a good day.
Sounds like you have some kind of wiring short.Look at all wiring harnesses to see if there is a wear spot on wire sheild.Somwhere on that bike somthing is grounding out.Check wires from battery to motor and make sure there not bad.Sounds like the person who owened it before you was having electrical problems that why it has never started with starter.And now the problem has stopped bike completly.Do yourself a favor to rule out a spark problem.Remove sparkplug from engine, put sparkplug back in wire boot.Holding rubber boot touch and hold spark plug to head of bike.Make sure kill switch and key are in run position and kick bike over.See if sparkplug has crisp blue spark.If so you have a fuel problem.Then i would remove and clean carborator.But this definitly sounds like a short in wiring somwhere.Your gonna have to trace all wires to make sure there isnt a ground.Good Luck...
Battery is most likely - they drain fairly quickly when sitting and the electric start will kill one in 15-20 failed starts. Pull it, put it on a charger overnight, put it back in and try it again. Does it start with the kicker (assuming you have one)?
lotta possibilities....likely something vibrated loose. i'd start with something simple. after u check electrical connections and fuses,,,,, is the ignition module black lead secured to the frame ? all coil wires secure ? Pull the key ignition....check connections/ crossed? secure ?