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Fuel pump not turning on, I can put power to it and it comes on. Checked relay and resistance was at spec. any suggestings

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Under your seat is a self diagnosis plug. should be a a single wire on the left side. turn on your bike and connect that wire to ground enabling you to read the codes by counting the flashes on your dash. your Fi indicator should tell you a code, your owners manual or local dealer will tell you what the code is. you can also google for zx-10r fi codes. start here

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Sounds like the problem might be in the relay but before replacing that relay, check all fuses and especially any ecm fuses. Do you have a check engine light come on when you turn the key to the on position?I believe that on this vehicle there is a relay that is labeled "eec relay" this is the relay for the power to the ecm. eec stands for "electronic engine control" If this circuit is dead the fuel pump relay will not come on either, but worse than that the ecm stays dead and the injectors are not delivering the fuel to the engine even when you jump the fuel pump manually.
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There is a black wire with a connector like thing in it near the battery cable on the negative post make sure that this connection is good ,it is the ecm ground and the same symptoms will happen if it is not connected well.

Good luck. I hope this helps.

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