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    Starting problem SOLVED

    My 2010 bike was in the garage for 6 month without a battery. Today I wanted to go for spin and installed the battery. Problem is that when I turn the key nothing happens. The dash wont turn on and fuel pump makes no sound (normally it did some buzzing sound, at least I think its fuel pump ). The battery is good. Checked the fuses and they are good too. What else can be the problem?
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    Probably the relay, top centre of the pic below.





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    I can't understand why I sometimes get TWO images.---
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    Tnx, will replace it and see how it goes

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    More details, think you need to check the positive / negative wiring at battery as to make sure they are tight connected, then the fuse at starter relay.

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    Thanks for the help COLVERT, got my bike working again. The Main 30A fuse inside Starter Relay switch was broken. After swapping it for a new one bike started like normal. Didn't know that there are fuses inside there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riivz View Post
    Thanks for the help COLVERT, got my bike working again. The Main 30A fuse inside Starter Relay switch was broken. After swapping it for a new one bike started like normal. Didn't know that there are fuses inside there
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