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If you check for spark and don't have any then it's the tip over sensor. The bike wouldn't turn over if it was any of the other ones. Have you tried putting it in dealer mode or checked for codes?
 

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If you check for spark and don't have any then it's the tip over sensor. The bike wouldn't turn over if it was any of the other ones. Have you tried putting it in dealer mode or checked for codes?
No. I had a mechanic that was supposed to come and look at it, but he claims that he is booked until the 30th of this month.
 

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I tried the paperclip thing and nothing happened. It just says CHEC on the speedo. It doesn't pull up any codes, but I never had the Fi light if that has anything to do with it?
 

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If you didn't have an FI light on when you checked it, it usually shows 00 as the code. But in any case, if there's no light there won't be a code.
 

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Still no luck. I even tried another ecu. I can't get a mechanic to come check it out. Some of them won't even return my calls. I guess they hate money? The only thing left is the flasher relay, kickstand switch, tip over sensor, and all of them seem to be working. I can almost guarantee replacing these relays won't help at all. I already replaced the starter relay and the fuel pump relay and it did nothing.
 

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Call the dealer and arrange for them to come and pick up the bike . It would cost you a little bit , but you would finally solve the problem whatever it is once they hook the bike to their computer and see what is causing it .
After all your tries and realizing that nothing have worked , that is what I would do .
 

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I finally got a mechanic to look at it. He was baffled and it took him 3 hours to figure out the problem. He said it has a faulty ignition switch, but I haven't replaced it yet. I hope he is right?
 

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He was wrong I guess because I put on the other ignition and the bike still won't prime.
 
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