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No power to fuel pump or fuel relay

Tested pump with a battery and it works fine. Not getting any power to the fuel pump or pump relay. Not sure where to look next?

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  • nelson crespo Dec 01, 2013

    u can try this take a volt meter .put the switch in the on position an see if you have current and see up to where you have current . you also can do this ,connect a wires to one of the wires that have current and connect or bypass to the fuel pump.but be careful ok.

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    Trei Dec 01, 2013

    Will do. I'll let you know what I figure out. Thank you

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Buy a test pro tester and check for continuity onthe wires

Posted on Dec 01, 2013

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    Trei Dec 01, 2013

    Where does the wires to the relay start from?

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    Trei Dec 01, 2013

    Or is there somewhere I can get a wiring schematic from

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SOURCE: the bike was in a accident and cant get power to

There may be a 'kill' switch, check it and see if its ok.
Get a 'live' wire to the pump (by pass) and thn try to start it..if it does thn theres a problem to the wire for the pump from the ignition switch, you may have to trace it out and rectify.
Hope this helps!

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Some bikes have a vacuum petcock. Whenever the bike started up the petcock opened itself up and whenever it shut down, the petcock shut down too. Check to see if the petcock is set to on. Check to see if the fuel line is hooked up. Check to see if you have a vacuum line, and if it's hooked up. Check to see if the gas tank were possible vacuum locking due to a clogged vent. Alternately haul off the carbs and clean them out. Check to see if the fuel filter is clogged. Also after cleaning the carb and refitting it you will need to add vacuum to that fitting. It is a safety devise to shut the fuel off to the carb. In case the rider forgets a small hand vacuum pump from harbor freight will do the job just fine

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