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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 06-18-2019, 07:05 AM Thread Starter
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Engine replacement for 2009 FZ6R

I got a non running bike back in January. My aunt won it in a storage unit auction. After determining that it wasn't going to start, I decided to remove and disassemble the engine. Everything was looking good until I went to split the casings. When breaking a particular outer bolt, the casing broke off and crumbled. I've since installed another engine.

The only problem that I have is Fault 12. Crankshaft position sensor. When the old engine was on the bike, it wasn't throwing any codes. I have tried the CPS from the old engine and still throws fault 12. According to the service manual, it is testing good with a multimeter. What gives?

Here is a picture of the connecting rod sticking out of the block.
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Well, it helps to plug in everything in the right socket. I thought that every plug was shaped different to keep that from happening. Apparently not! Lol! I got the bike cranked and took it around the block. Now, I just need to replace the fork seals cause all the fork oil is on the front tire. That's an easy job.
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