Do a search, tons of threads on this topic.
Thanks - good to know - it definitely never cycles on at all. Both underseat fuses are good and both have 12volts present when ignition is on.The pump should cycle on-off each time you power up.
I agree - they should probably get looked at - but need to find this eletcrical problem first.The fuel lines inside the tank are probably in poor condition on a nine year old bike and the rubber flakes off and pulled into the filter.
No - the battery is less than 1 year old, lives on a battery-tender and has been cranking the bike all day to try and fix it - I don't think it's the battery.Original battery? Change it...
Sorry, no I meant 'in a dry place' with no water anywhere near electricals etc. All fluids are fine, oil was changed about 6 months ago with maybe 20 minutes run time since then.When you say dry storage, you talking all fluids removed? Could something be too low and not allowing the fuel pump to run?
To answer my own question, I bought a used ECU and chip from Gotham - and that has fixed the problem. Immediately after switch-on the fuel pump and injectors are heard priming for a few seconds, and the bike starts first crank.I guess I'm starting to worry about the ECU - do these ever spontaneously go wrong, like when the bike is parked?
yes I did, I disconnected the giant ECU connector, brushed it on both sides, sprayed it with contact cleaner, wiped and brushed again and re-connected - no good. I've also replaced the bad ECU once and tried again and it's still bad - which at least proves the harness-side of the connector is not the problem.Did you happened to closely examine ALL the connections?
yeah I think you're probably right there - I'll look for one of the others.NOT a fan of the Deltran’s Battery Tender -- POS if ya ask me.