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    Gp1200r, no electrical power. helpppp!

    Just did a top end rebuild on an 01 gp1200r and after we plugged everything back in we have 0 electrical power. Battery is good and fuses are too. where do i go from here? thanks in advance


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    If the battery and fuses are good, I'd look for an unplugged connector.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fullboogie View Post
    If the battery and fuses are good, I'd look for an unplugged connector.
    Ditto on this check the temp sensor on the lower pipe this one will cause this if not plugged in.

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    Check start stop switch make sure you have continuity in the switch check the starter relay! Lee

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    Exactly as Fullboogie mentioned, check all your connectors. A temp sensor will do this as well

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    Yeah,temp sensor on the lower pipe,i've done it a few times.Also,if the stinger is the last piece to go in and you have forgotten to plug it in,make sure that hose on the top of the exhaust is connected before you put it on the water,you'll be like Di Caprio on the Titanic.

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    alright well, we found that the connector from the crank position sensor was corroded on the inside so i disconnected it and cleaned it out. after cleaning it i plugged it back in. So all the electronics are working. But it wont start. Ive got spark, fuel, and good compression but it wont fire.

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    ok more progress, it will fire with gas poured directly into the cylinders. We have primed it but its not getting fuel on its own

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    Put a vacuum on the return line so you get fuel into the carbs. That may be your problem. If you're using clear fuel line you can see the fuel as it moves through the system.

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    fuel lines on right? input is on the #3 carb and outlet back to the tank from #1 carb.

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