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Kawasaki ninja 636 won't start, removed seat and tank to replace battery. Engine turns over, but does not fire. Was started 2 months ago.

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    Carlos Lopez Sep 28, 2012

    make sure is pumping gas, may be wire damage or a blow out fuse check the fuse for fuel pump you did something when you remove the battery and seat

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

On your post "...does not fire..." initial checks would be for:

  • consistent IGN + 12 on the red wire going to all the ignition coils even when cranking;
  • pulsating voltage on the other wire of each ignition coil coming from the ECU when cranking.

Incidentally, if the bike has been sitting for 2 months, you may want to check quality of fuel and/or replace it. Further checks maybe required on the fuel delivery system. Try of a quick fix would be adding / spraying injector cleaner.

Good luck and thank you for asking FixYa.

Posted on Nov 14, 2009

  • Carlos Lopez
    Carlos Lopez Sep 28, 2012

    hey brother i have a question hopefully you can help me i have a 05 636 when i ride for 25 mints starting cut off for seconds then finally die seems like no gas,the bike cranks but no stater,has good battery,after 3 to 5 mints started back again for another 25 mints and doing again i change the fuel pump 2 times the same issue,i change the cdi relay box the same thing its pumping gas when fails but seems like no spark,may be crankshaft sensor ? compueter get hot and fails what do you thing

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