Question about 2005 Suzuki SV 650 S
I recently replaced the fuel pump and relined the gas tank to prevent rust. Now when I turn on the kill switch it indicates FI (red light flashes, FI flashes and stays solid where temperature if normally indicated.) Bike will not start.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
After market indicators were fitted. The front lenses only had 5 watt bulbs fitted causing the problem. Upgrading to 21 watt bulbs fixed the problem.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
Assuming ALL bulbs work including the warning lights on the dash, it sounds like a faulty flashing indicator relay to me. Try a replacement.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
If you're getting no lights then it is either the ignition switch or the battery is not making connection. Check the battery with a multi-meter. Check the fusebox with a multi-meter, any power to any fuses there with key on?
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
SOURCE: 2008 DL650 Starting issue.
fix the leaky injector its loosing fukle into the pots locking the engine up when you try to crank it over,,,
be warned,,,,it will bend your con rods or smash the pistons,,,
Posted on Jan 17, 2010
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Before you reset the fuel pump, make sure to read all of the following instructions!!!!!
1.) Look for an access panel in the trunk, driver's side; it might even be labeled "Fuel Pump Reset".
2.) Open the compartment and press the red button. This should reset the pump.
3.) At this point it might be a good idea to "burp" the fuel tank. This will probably be the easiest thing you do all day! Just pop the cover and unscrew the gas cap, this will release any preasure built up inside the tank. As long as you're in a controled environment, go ahead and leave the cap open until you finish "Step 4". Otherwise "burp" it a couple of times while you're priming the lines.
4.) The next step is to prime the pump. In other words, make sure there is enough gas in the fuel lines to start the car. The easiest way to do this is by turning the key back and forth from the "OFF" to the "ON" position. *** Be sure not to turn all the way to the "START" position until you have performed "Step 4", at least 3 or 4 times. If you attempt to start the car before the fuel pump is properly primed, you will run a serious risk of burning out the pump. This could lead to even more costly repairs!!!
5.) Replace the gas cap before attempting ignition.
6.) Once you have reset the pump, burped the tank, primed the fuel lines, and replaced the gas cap; you should be all set! Go ahead and give it a crank, good luck!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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