Question about 1998 Suzuki GSX-R 750 W
Alright this has got me baffled. I have a 98 GSXR 750 and i have been riding it for over a week and the other day going down the high way it started spuddering and died. it wont start now and i have checked alot of **** on it. 1. replaced the plugs2. checked all relays3. checked to make sure power was going to all fuses.4. checked the wires on the injectors to make sure they where getting power.5. made sure the fuel pump was working.what am i missing or is it just that obivous that it's the ECM??
I had the same problem on mine.....in the end i found out it was the factory fitted imobilizer .....once removed from the bike it ran like a dream
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
If you get power to the injectors it's not the ECU.Did you check for spark on the spark plugs when you renewed them?Disconnect the fuel,take them out,plug them on their cap, ground their body on the engine and crank it to see that every one is working properly.Also check the kill switch for proper "on-off" function and the kick stand's switch too.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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