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05 busa will not turn over.

I had my motorcycle painted. I removed the plastics myself. When I put it back together and attempted to start my bike the lights come on but the motor will not turn over.

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Get a few mates to push it and bump start it. if not starting, could be starter motor. mot sure.

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The bike has a sidestand interlock that prevents you from riding away with the kickstand down. That interlock is not functioning properly. Could have been bent or moved, unplugged, or perhaps the relay has failed. If physically activating the switch does not work, and connecting the wires with a jumper does not work start looking at the turn signal relay, some bikes have that circuit integrated into the relay.

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Test the side stand switch. Use a digital multimeter set to ohm. With the stand up it should show infinate(disconnected) with the leads connected one way and the stand up. Then switch the meters leads around and measure again. It should now read 0 ohm. If not replace the switch. If you cannot find or afford another switch bypass it using a diode connected as shown. Diode(1N4001) can be bought at your local electronics supplier/ TV repair shop. Do not connect the wires together directly.

S = switch
C = connector
Cut out the switch and connect the diode as shown with the banded part of the diode on the bl/w wire.
If the switch did not test faulty then the problem is with the sidestand relay located at the fuse box (in the left hand panel, below the clutch lever.) These are even harder to buy. Bypass by connecting the orange/black and orange/yellow wires together. This will render the sidestand interlock system inoperative and is not recommended if you're in the habit of forgetting the stand.

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My first question is did the bike work OK before it was stripped and painted?
It is possible paint has got onto the main earthing (ground) point on the chassis/frame. I would first check that there is a good earth connection from battery to frame and all light units. Other than the turn signals coming on do any other lights show when you turn the ignition on? If no I would try checking the battery. Remove the battery from the bike AND THIS IS MOST IMPORTANT remove the negative lead first then the positive.
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ALWAYS use a dedicated motorcycle battery charger.

ALWAYS remove and refit your battery as stated above.

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