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Old 02-07-2005, 10:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Honda CBR 954RR Fuel Pump Wont Turn On

I have a 2002 954 RR. I can't get the damn fuel pump to turn on.

I've checked all of the fuses.
I've changed fuel pump.
I've changed the Bank Angle Sensor.
The battery is showing 12.6 volts and I just plugged it up to the battery tender to make sure it charges even more while I mess with it.
Bike turns over just fine, but I don't ever hear the fuel pump kicking on.

Any ideas?

Does anyone know what wires to splice on the bank angle sensor to bypass it?
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If the fuel pump is good, I would bet it is the fuel pump relay. Take a look at that - when working properly you should hear and feel it "click" when pressing the ignition and the fuel pump will have power.

Edit: Make sure power is actually getting to the relay too. Your manual should have a series of tests you can do.

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No manual. When I flip the on/off switch on, the middle relay (there's a row of 3 on the subframe) clicks. I've already replaced it and it still clicks, but no fuel pump.
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No manual. When I flip the on/off switch on, the middle relay (there's a row of 3 on the subframe) clicks. I've already replaced it and it still clicks, but no fuel pump.
check all the harness plugs to ensure they are secure. Safety switch on the clutch and kickstand too.
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i got the manual in .pdf format. contact me and ill send it to ya

here is a screenshot of the fuel pump page.
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Check the switch itself and the harness connection.
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It's fixed! Thanks to everyone that offered help.

It was the damn ignition switch!!! I didn't know that if the ignition switch went bad, EVERYTHING would work EXCEPT the fuel pump. Isn't that a load of crap?!?!?!
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