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My 929 2000 wont start,the fuel pump will not prime, it will crank over but not start, there is also no spark. im getting f1 light and error codes 12,13,14 and 15 which is by memory all injectors have loose connections or are open circuit.:hmm: ive checked the following things:

- wire connections leading to injectors
- all fuses
- joined +12 wire from battery to brown wires on fuel pump it does work.
- there is no power getting to fuel cut relay.
- starter relay is fine.
- disconnected side stand sensor and clutch sensor wires.
- joined positive wires (red and white) on bank angle (tip over) sensor to +12 battery. - (not sure if this is correct way to check or bypass)
- checked engine kill switch by disconnecting the plug that leads from it (again not sure if this was the correct way of checking or bypassing)
- pink wire from ignition switch reads .03v i know it should read 9v and the other 3 should and do read 12v.

Im not sure where to go from here any input would be greatly appreciated.
 

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My 929 2000 wont start,the fuel pump will not prime, it will crank over but not start, there is also no spark. im getting f1 light and error codes 12,13,14 and 15 which is by memory all injectors have loose connections or are open circuit.:hmm: ive checked the following things:

- wire connections leading to injectors
- all fuses
- joined +12 wire from battery to brown wires on fuel pump it does work.
- there is no power getting to fuel cut relay.
- starter relay is fine.
- disconnected side stand sensor and clutch sensor wires.
- joined positive wires (red and white) on bank angle (tip over) sensor to +12 battery. - (not sure if this is correct way to check or bypass)
- checked engine kill switch by disconnecting the plug that leads from it (again not sure if this was the correct way of checking or bypassing)
- pink wire from ignition switch reads .03v i know it should read 9v and the other 3 should and do read 12v.

Im not sure where to go from here any input would be greatly appreciated.
Being an Aussie bike it has the HISS.
Is it working?
How long has it been since it was running?
Has anything happened to the bike since it was last running?
Is there power to the HISS sensor?
Are you using the chipped key?
 

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i am having almost the same problem and someone told me to check the kill switch housing for broken wires or or connection problem
 
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