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Old 10-31-2012, 08:07 PM   #1
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2007 GSXR-750 fuel pump issue

hey MH i've been working on my bike for a little while now putting it back together ,i finally have everything together, bought a new battery today came to fire it up it will crank but won't start,i noticed that the fuel pump won't prime when i turn the key and have the kill switch in the "on" position,i checked the fuel pump fuse also replaced it and still the same,i have a power tester ,there is power through the fuse also checked the wires for the fuel pump on both ends the bottom part of the connector as well as the pump side,there is power in both ends but it does not prime or do anything,im planning to pull the pump out tom and give it direct power to see if it works(i would be surprised if its not working since the bike has only 1900 miles) ,is there any thoughts on what could possibly be the issue,thanks guys ,any info would help!
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Sounds like clutch or kickstand switch. Or its gummed up in a bad way.
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Old 10-31-2012, 08:15 PM   #3
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Checked for a ground to the pump connector? I think one of the safety switches interrupts the fuel pump ground, like the tip over switch or ecu.
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Old 10-31-2012, 08:28 PM   #4
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from what i know the kickstand or clutch prevents the bike from cranking not priming,but i could be wrong!
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I gave the fuel pump direct power it pumped fuel just fine,any suggestions on what could possibly be causing the issue!
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