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Okay i have 2000 Honda cbr 929rr. Sins i both it i only replace stater and voltage regelater. One day i drive it to work and it die on my. I have drop my bike before sins its my 1st bike i own. Now the problem is that my fuel pump will not prim or even turn on. I have volts coming it and that's it. So i tot it was my tilt sensor or one off my fuse or rely. My brother has same bike as me same year. So i tot i just relays mine with his and fine the problem. And i still cant fine the problem. I have replace my tilt/angel sensor all my relays my voltage regulator and even my ECU. And on his bike ever think works good. And my starter do spin and i don't have spark as well. Sorry for my English is bad not my 1st language. So is there something i need to do. Im going to see or make sure all my sensor get voltage but yee I be glad if you guys can help me or point me where to look. I do work on cars lot.. but when it comes to bike i have no idea what's wrong and it drive me crazy that i cant fine the problem.
 

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The fuel pump dose no prime. so i cant smell gas. No spark i did two think. 1st i toke coil and ground it and look if there is spark. Witch there is no, and 2st i open throttle and put some wd40 and i did not do and think so there where no spark. There is voltage coming to the coil and nothing happens. It was like all most 2v/ 1. somethink
 

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The fuel pump dose no prime. so i cant smell gas. No spark i did two think. 1st i toke coil and ground it and look if there is spark. Witch there is no, and 2st i open throttle and put some wd40 and i did not do and think so there where no spark. There is voltage coming to the coil and nothing happens. It was like all most 2v/ 1. somethink


WD40?
You need starter fluid or carby cleaner, not WD40.

Have you tried bypassing the kill switch?
 

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Check for 9 (not 12) volts on the pink wire at the ignition switch.
 

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Okay i test my ignition. By set me voltage meter on 20 vdc and i put my + to + on battery and took my - and i connect it to the back off my pink wire. And when ignition is off it reads 12. something voltage and when i turn my ignition on it drops to like 1v it jumping but its not even 9v and not even hiting 3v.
 

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Put your meter to 20 volts. Put the black lead on the battery negative or ground and test the Pink wire with the red lead. It sould read 0 with key off and 9 with it on.
 

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Okay i did just like you sad, and i was 10.62 when i turn my key on. Well then i quess when i get new ignition i post if it fix my problem
 

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If the diode in your ignition is not dropping the voltage below the 9v all you need to do is go to radio shack and get a 2.2k resistor and wire it in line with the pink wire. No need to replace the ignition. It cost approximately 80 cents for a pack of 5. It happened to my bike, still running the resistor although it did stop working one time so I replaced it and it fired right up. Been like that for the last 5 years.
 
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