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Old 06-25-2009, 08:44 PM   #1
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Help Wierd noise from ECU

I just got thru removing my license plate from my ZX14 for saturdays track day at MSRH. I went ahead and removed the fuses for the lights as well.

I had the seat off and cranked it up while on the front and rear stand....I heard a grinding mechanical (or maybe like loose electrical contact sound) coming from inside the ECU. I really never paid attention but I dont think its normal....My bike ran fine so can somebody please tell me if they heard this before or if its suppose to sound like that...
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Double check your electrical connections, particularly your battery and relay connections.
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Double check your electrical connections, particularly your battery and relay connections.
checked the ecu connections..there are six connectors and they were all seated fine...i will check the battery connections tomorrow...

so this is not a normal noise?

When I put my hand on the ecu I can feel the chattering inside of it
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Old 06-25-2009, 09:23 PM   #4
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Try hooking everything back up and see if it goes away, then removing 1 at a time, could be a low voltage issue, I would prolly not normal, might be best to just remove a few bulbs
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Try hooking everything back up and see if it goes away, then removing 1 at a time, could be a low voltage issue, I would prolly not normal, might be best to just remove a few bulbs
You might be right...its not the ECU I looked it up on bike bandit its the relay assembly....it might just be one of the fuses I removed...will look at it tomorrow...
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dman pic is to small...either way its coming from the relay assembly which is on top of the ecu
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If it's the relay than it's normal.
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It was the relay assymbly....I reinstalled the turn relay fuse and the chattering stopped...thanks guys
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whew, thought you had to drill the ECU like the other guy did.
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