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    01 virage lr 505

    how do you know if that is why it will not crank with landyard in but when i unhook the wire harness touch the start then rehook the wire harness it will start once


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    Is the MFI display working correctly? No water damage? No 'Locked' message?

    Bypass the LR-505 module. Will it now start reliably?

    If so, replace the LR-505 module.

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    i bypassed it and yes but can i leave it bypassed til i get my new one

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    Quote Originally Posted by willis700 View Post
    i bypassed it and yes but can i leave it bypassed til i get my new one?
    You will not have battery charging with the LR module disconnected.

    If you want to try something, reconnect only the Black, Yellow and Red/Purple wires to the LR-505 module. That might provide battery charging (depending on whether that part of the LR module is still functioning).

    Verify with a multimeter on the battery posts. 14.x volts while engine is running indicates battery is charging.

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    ok i hooked all the wires up besides red purple that is to power with other red purple then black to the black white that is NOT coming out of 505 and my battery never went dead the past two days should work til friday correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by willis700 View Post
    ok i hooked all the wires up besides red purple that is to power with other red purple then black to the black white that is NOT coming out of 505 and my battery never went dead the past two days should work til friday correct?
    Are you talking about how you have it wired up without the LR module connected?

    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    You will not have battery charging with the LR module disconnected.

    If you want to try something, reconnect only the Black, Yellow and Red/Purple wires to the LR-505 module. That might provide battery charging (depending on whether that part of the LR module is still functioning).

    Verify with a multimeter on the battery posts. 14.x volts while engine is running indicates battery is charging.
    Battery going dead? Was that an issue when the machine is just sitting?

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    it dont look like it is but it has not gone dead on me yet

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    no when it was sitting it never went dead and i ran it it never died my ? is will i hurt something else the way i have it wired up

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    and if i unhook black from non black white it will not do anything

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    from the 505
    red/purple-unhooked
    purple-unhooked
    yellow-hooked to yellow
    black/yellow-hooked to black/yellow
    black-hooked to non black/white
    black/white-unhooked

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