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No power to lights or fuel pump

Need help all fuses are good battery is new switch is new but still do not have power

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There is one more fuse around the battery.

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check your key it has a chip in side it and it may be faulty try your spear and i know it sounds silly but just make sure your kill switch is set to run check the hiss fuse under the seat also swap your fuel pump relay with the fan one the fuel pump relay has brown wires going to it and the fan has black and blue if you have an alarm on it it will be worth checking that make sure that the fuel pump is pluged in under the tank take a look at the hiss light does it go out wen the bike is switched on if it stays on you have a HISS problem any problems let me know and i will do my best to help

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Check the main fuse.It is a flat fuse (30a) and plugs into the top of the starter solenoid. There should be a spare fuse on the rubber solenoid mount. Remove the fuse out.Then wait for 5 minutes and then reinsert the fuse back.Its on the start relay near battery on red cable, two screws hold it in.The fuse box should be located under the seat by the battery.The fuse IS required in order to start it, because the current that runs to the starter button and then to the solenoid coil DOES run through the fuse. So if the fuse is dead, your starter will be dead. ------------So check the fuse if its bad, blown, shorted then replace the fuse.But if the fuse is fine then remove it for 5 minutes then reinsert it.---------- This will help.Thanks.Helpmech.

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Okay, hey, the fuel pump circuit. With key on, the pump should turn on for about two seconds to put pressure in the line and in the fuel rail on the engine, where the fuel injectors are. When the engine is cranking, the pump is turned on again by the vcm (Vehicle Control Module-the engine computer) signaling the fuel pump relay, just as it did with key on. After the engine is running, the pump is kept on, usually by the oil pressure switch.
No fuel pressure? Then the pump is not turning on, or the fuel filter is completely blocked-which is rare.


You can start at the Underhood Fuse Block. Here is found the fuel pump relay and the fuse for the pump. The fuse is designated ECM-B Fuse and it's 20 amp. If the fuse is good, put your finger on the fuel pump relay. Now have a helper turn the key to on, not start. If the circuit is good to this point, you should feel movement- a slight click. If you feel nothing, and the fuse is good, then the VCM is not sending a signal to the relay OR there is a wiring problem from one side of the relay to ground. If no click or movement under your finger-you will need professional help to diagnose further-checking of the signal from VCM and/or checking the ground wire for that side of the relay.
If you definitely feel a click at the pump relay, and the fuse is good, the power to the pump is sent out from there on a gray wire. Get under the vehicle at the rear and find the electrical connector for the gas tank, and pull it apart. Now you need a test light or voltmeter to check for power on the gray wire in the connector. You might miss the two second signal with key on, so have your helper hold the key in start. While the engine is cranking, the gray wire should have power-battery voltage. If it does not, big problem: possibly a broken wire or short from pump relay to there at the gas tank.

If the gray wire has power with engine cranking, you're almost home: Either the pump has definitely failed OR the ground for the fuel pump is bad. The ground wire is black and it shares the same ground point as your rear exterior lights, so if the lights work, the ground can be assumed to be good also for the fuel pump. And then you need a new fuel pump. But check the gas tank connector carefully for any sign of corrosion, loose terminals, anything like that amiss. Not likely, but check anyway-you don't want to put in a new pump and then find a loose connection! Good luck.

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