Chieck light problem please help

Discussion in 'Busa problems' started by Coty, Feb 16, 2009.

  1. Coty

    Coty Registered

    Hey guys/gals. I just got a 2000 Hayabusa with very low miles. Bike hasn't been run for a couple of years. There is no fuel pump prime or power to the fuel pump. The check light is on. The FI light isn't. I checked the kickstand switch making sure it wasn't faulty. I also checked all the fuses. Am I missing something here. My bike will not start. It does turn over. With the key on the coolant temp is pegged and it shows like 50mph on the speedo.

    Could I have a bad computer? The three things the manual said was no communication from the pcm to the gauge panel, bad ignition fuse, kill switch, kickstand switch. My kill switch works, i don't think the kickstand switch is an issue, and the ignition fuse is good. I'm thinking bad computer.

    Has anyone come across a problem like this? Please help!
     
  2. dadofthree

    dadofthree Seasoned Beef Donating Member

    Is the battery new / good ...
     
  3. Coty

    Coty Registered

    Battery is garbage. It holds no charge. I have it on a charger. It cranks fine. Should I get a battery right away for it. The fuse panel is getting low 12 volts.
     
  4. dadofthree

    dadofthree Seasoned Beef Donating Member

    Get the battery Coty and then tell us how the bike is acting :thumbsup:
     
  5. Coty

    Coty Registered

    K bud. I'll be back on in about an hour with results.
     
  6. Coty

    Coty Registered

    Still no prime...... This is weird. This bike only has 1900 miles. I can't believe this.
     
  7. mike1180

    mike1180 Banned

    I would check the fuel pump relay.
    Oh, Welcome!

    ::50
     

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  8. Coty

    Coty Registered

    Got it running. In fact was the battery. Heard fuel prime. Cranked, popped. I then pulled the plugs which were black. Replaced those started right up.

    Thanks Guys!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  9. djsin

    djsin Lily's Daddy Registered

    just so you know...the bike will run even if you completely unplug the instrument gauge cluster
     
  10. Coty

    Coty Registered

    K cool thats good to know.
     

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