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My 2000 929 got in a slowspeed wreck but it cracked the case I was given a 954 engine it was installed and it tried to start but wont.
I am ceratain I am missing something I only have he manual on my 929.
What do I need to check first hope someone has the patience to help:idunno:
 

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My 2000 929 got in a slowspeed wreck but it cracked the case I was given a 954 engine it was installed and it tried to start but wont.
I am ceratain I am missing something I only have he manual on my 929.
What do I need to check first hope someone has the patience to help:idunno:


Do you mean it turns over but won't fire?
No errors flashing on the dash?
 

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Do you mean it turns over but won't fire?
No errors flashing on the dash?
Yes I will check on the dash part it's my sons bike and he is working on it.
I have tried to do the research and see what all you have to do to get it done but have gotten some conflicting info.
And my Honda shop is no help so I am hoping someone can point me to the problem.
 

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Yes I will check on the dash part it's my sons bike and he is working on it.
I have tried to do the research and see what all you have to do to get it done but have gotten some conflicting info.
And my Honda shop is no help so I am hoping someone can point me to the problem.


I can't think of anything that needs to be changed because of the engine. Is the fuel pump priming?
If it has no spark then check all the kill switches - bank angle sensor, kill switch, ignition switch, sidestand switch, clutch switch.
Honda shops never are helpful :)
 

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I can't think of anything that needs to be changed because of the engine. Is the fuel pump priming?
If it has no spark then check all the kill switches - bank angle sensor, kill switch, ignition switch, sidestand switch, clutch switch.
Honda shops never are helpful :)
Will check them now and yes I know they prefer you just buy new.
 

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We got it 3 am this morning it started.
It was a sensor thanks didn't think the bike had that many but we got it.
One step closed to having it back on the road.
Thanks again
 

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I am having the same issue with the no spark to the plug but I have checked all those and still no clue why I have no spark.
 
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