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Old 01-01-2007, 10:21 AM   #81
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Wow,
I'm not going to read all of that.

2 things:

1) The tip over sensor is mounted on the upper fairing. It has 3 wires going to it from a plug. If the fairing is off, take the sensor off the fairing, there should be 2 gold screws holding it on, and plug it in. Make sure to orient it correctly.

2) The F4i has a resistor in the ignition switch that supplies a low voltage signal to the ECU. It's not shown in the manual and it's not even on all of the schematics. Without that low voltage input, the ECU will not fire the fuel pump.
If you have the switch bypassed it won't start. You will need one of those too or a resistor in line.

Hope this helps.
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Old 01-01-2007, 10:26 AM   #82
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Wow,
I'm not going to read all of that.

2 things:

1) The tip over sensor is mounted on the upper fairing. It has 3 wires going to it from a plug. If the fairing is off, take the sensor off the fairing, there should be 2 gold screws holding it on, and plug it in. Make sure to orient it correctly.

2) The F4i has a resistor in the ignition switch that supplies a low voltage signal to the ECU. It's not shown in the manual and it's not even on all of the schematics. Without that low voltage input, the ECU will not fire the fuel pump.
If you have the switch bypassed it won't start. You will need one of those too or a resistor in line.

Hope this helps.
it was both of them.. we figured it out on about page 3/4 of this thread... thanks everyone!!!
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Old 01-02-2007, 08:59 AM   #83
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multimeter is out of the ?... i just get 2 jumper wires and put them to my tongue... :laughing6 ok maybe not.. but i dont have one.. i think i may have it, i found a racing forum where this guy had problems with his F4i cuttin off in long corners and he had to bypass it, he explains some of how to do it...

oh and im with ya on alittle southern enginuity.. but no one is on my level...

i am the king of jerry rig... :laughing6

off to try more...
I got a multimeter for you to use.
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