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Break lights and rear running lights are on. Is there a fuse for this pump itself?
30 amp FI fuse in the left frame cover.

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Do you have a fuel manager and is it getting power from the rear running lights? If it is, check to see if your rear running lights are on. Blown fuse to the rear lights, no power to the fuel manager and no fuel pump. Don't bother trying to start the bike if you don't hear the fuel pump prime, There's no fuel and you'll just waste the battery
Actually i took a second look and the rear running lights in the turn signals are not working. The running light in the break light is working. The rear turn signals and break light are both coming on when depressed.
So i looked at the fuse box and didn't see one for the rear lights?
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Break lights and rear running lights are on. Is there a fuse for this pump itself?

30 amp FI fuse in the left frame cover.

Look at this also.
https://tech.bareasschoppers.com/tec...d-main-wiring/
Awesome. I'll check this tomorrow.
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Break lights and rear running lights are on. Is there a fuse for this pump itself?


30 amp FI fuse in the left frame cover.

Look at this also.
https://tech.bareasschoppers.com/tec...d-main-wiring/
Actually, i remember looking under the left cover and i didn't see a fuse box like on the right side. Are they hidden in there . . . and if so where?
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Give up your VTX key until you know where the hardware is.
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Give up your VTX key until you know where the hardware is.
I've had this bike since '03 and I've done lots of modifications to it. Its got the duel air intake and flush mounted rear lights. So things have been flipped around and are not where they once were on this bike.
Now I only see 2 fuses on the left side and they are all good.
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So if you remove the HP fuel line at the at the fuel rail, will the pressure push your fingers off if you hold it tight.

It is a crude method but it may work. OUTDOORS... In a container so it does not spray all over.
Unless you have a gauge and double stack banjo and run back to fuel rail.

Fuel prime, yes/no or maybe???
One guys ECM stopped outputting the relay trigger. Grounded that Black/Brown wire in 2017. Still cooking!

Leds connected back to back one reversed and a current limiting resistor = good IPG and Camshaft pulse generator.

The fuses, you test them or look at them??? What about the 2 pin connector that comes from the fuses??? Check it?

Prove it good or bad and move on. on...

Dual led tester. Pulse generator lights up each led for polarity.
On a relay or injector, battery voltage, then spike when trigger removed should light up other led.(not tested)
relay spike could go to 80 volts. The more current, a higher the spike.
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