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Old 10-31-2008, 11:09 PM   #1
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I just replaced the fork seals on my bike but in order to do so i had to lay my bike on its side because i had nothing to hold it up i replaced the forkseals with no problem but after i got done picked the bike back up it will not start and it has been running like a champ since i replaced the seals i dont know if it is a tipover sensor or what i cant find the tip over sensor and i have checked all the fuses and wires with harness and plugs the bike is a 99 gsxr 600 srad i was wondering if anyone had any suggestions
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Dude why did you not ask to borrow a Fork Stem stand?
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how long has it been since you picked it back up?
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Old 10-31-2008, 11:34 PM   #5
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How long did you leave it on it's side? What does it do when you try to start it?
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Old 11-01-2008, 12:03 AM   #6
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i only left it on its side for a few minutes and now it doesnt make any sound when i hit the starter button everything comes on when i turn the key and when i hit the engine run button you here the little sounds it makes like its suppose to but hit the start button and get nothing
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sounds like the tilt sensor. i heard they have some kind of timed delay before youre allowed to start the bike back up but im not sure about that.
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is it in neutral when you have the stand down?
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Old 11-01-2008, 08:12 AM   #9
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TAKE your spark plugs out and then try to spin the motor over.

by laying on its side for so long, oil has more than likely flooded the cylinder
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Old 11-01-2008, 09:58 AM   #10
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yes its in neutral with stand down

i cant spin the motor over cause when i hit the button it just doesnt do anything
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tip over sensor , disconnect batt. and re connect
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Old 11-01-2008, 11:50 AM   #12
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yeah... it's the sensor....

even if oil did run over the cylinders the bike would still turn over...


beings that it's a 99, it's a little past my mechanical knowlege of where the sensor is located, but if you google *tip over sensor for 99........ * then that should give you some links to check out

i'm not familiar with the battery cable reset... but antisocial may know more about laying bikes over on their sides than I do ... so i'd definately give it a shot.. .


good luck on the fix... it doesn't sound like a huge problem if all that happened was what you stated
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if it's the sensor it would still spin over, it just wouldn't get fuel.. Find the starter solinoid and jump across the terminals and make it spin over
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if it's the sensor it would still spin over, it just wouldn't get fuel.. Find the starter solinoid and jump across the terminals and make it spin over

Or just take it to a shop
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