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My 08 gsxr 600 won't start! battery is good, fuel has fuel stabalizer in it, RED led light on panel is on???? I go to hit starter button and nothing NO cranks???????

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  • gsacco Feb 05, 2010

    Thanks for the reply. Bike is up and running... I had my brother put new shorty brake and clutch levers on and when he installed the new clutch lever he didnt put the clutch safty switch properly in its place. After 45 minutes of scratching my head I fiqured it has to be a safty switchm so i back tracked....
    Thanks Steven

  • mikeb103 May 11, 2010

    Is the Green light on panel "ON"? If not make sure it's in neutral. If you're positive its in neutral and the light is not on, try putting up the kickstand and pulling in the clutch and starting it. The bike either needs to be in neutral or have the kickstand up to start it in gear. There are several safety interlocks designed to keep you from starting it in gear and having it lurch forward.

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Jus got my 03 running simple solution ok first.. check all connects under driverseat and all fuses in fuse box.. ok pull the clutch relay it the box in front of fuse box.. pull it out put it back in.. ok here was my problem battery was new but wasnt fully charged.. 10.8 volts is what you need bro for the ecu to tell the thing to fire.. that's all it took for me hope it works for u.. if not ur goin have to put it in dealer mode n pull th fi codes google it to see how.. good luck..

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