Question about 2004 Honda CBR 600 RR
Hi budy right take te pip off that leads to the fuel pump and see if there is a continuous flow of fuel if not there must be a blockage in the pip or filter if there is take the fuel pump off and connect it to a 12v battery and see if it has a suckion pressure and blowing pressure if not you must have a pump problem replace this if the pump is working great you must have a blown fuse in the system if the pumps not pumping i hope this helped buddy thanks
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