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  • Offline Ger   nl

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    Fuelpump
    on: Nov 27, 2022, 10.17 am
    Nov 27, 2022, 10.17 am
    Hello, a technical question. I have changed the candles (spark plugs) from my crosstourer now it wont start the fuel pump doesnt run. The relais clicks when i turn the key or when i press the savetymanswitch. The battery and fuses are fine also. It also isnt the back angle sensor.Does anyone have an suggestion?? Kind regards Ger

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    Re: Fuelpump
    Reply #1 on: Nov 28, 2022, 12.07 pm
    Nov 28, 2022, 12.07 pm
    Hi Ger,
    When you changed the spark plugs in the front cylinders, you had to move/push the wiring loom to access the coils and spark plugs, it is very tight in there, are you sure you did not disconnect a jack plug to help with better access ?
    Also, you said you checked the fuses in the main bank of fuses, but there is a 10amp for the fuel injection (F I) and it is located beside the 30amp fuse for the starter solenoid under a plastic cover just to the rear of the battery ( away from the main bank ). Check that too.
    Is the starter spinning but not firing the engine?
    Let us know how you get on.

    Tom

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    Re: Fuelpump
    Reply #2 on: Nov 28, 2022, 12.41 pm
    Nov 28, 2022, 12.41 pm
    Hello Tom,
    I checked the fuses under that cover also. The plugs are connected 100%
    The starter does spin, but the engine does not fire thats correct.
    Kind regards, Ger

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    Re: Fuelpump
    Reply #3 on: Dec 01, 2022, 09.07 am
    Dec 01, 2022, 09.07 am
    Hello,
    I just noticed the indicatorlights dont work. Now furhter searching. Anyone suggestions?

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    Re: Fuelpump
    Reply #4 on: Jan 01, 2023, 08.17 pm
    Jan 01, 2023, 08.17 pm
    Sorry Ger,
    and a happy new year to you and all.
    My work has kept me away from the forum.
    Have you made any progress on the fault?

    Tom

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    Re: Fuelpump
    Reply #5 on: Jan 01, 2023, 08.27 pm
    Jan 01, 2023, 08.27 pm
    Hello Tom,
    Happy new year to you to, no progress yet. I want to check some relays. This is new for me.

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    Re: Fuelpump
    Reply #6 on: Jan 01, 2023, 08.37 pm
    Jan 01, 2023, 08.37 pm
    be careful with the direction indicators, they work on a much lower voltage than 12v battery voltage. A few members on this forum have toasted the LED strip with 12v!

    I think you should start with the starter solenoid for checks.
    I think there is a ground on the frame behind the left cover, with about 5 earths going to it, check this and also the main battery earth lead. Be sure the connections are clean and tight.
    You have to keep thinking that it does not start only after you done so much stripping of components to change the spark plugs. You will have to retrace your steps and check all the connections under the fuel tank.

    Tom

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    Re: Fuelpump
    Reply #7 on: Jan 05, 2023, 08.42 pm
    Jan 05, 2023, 08.42 pm
    Hi Ger,
    I see another post "electricaly dead help" with a similar problem to you. Maybe it might help in your search. Is it possible you pulled the cables that go to the ignition switch when you moved  the fuel tank up in the air?
    I visited the Thermen museum a few years ago when I was touring around Colongne, I was looking for a grave of my ancestor that died strangely in WW2.
    Do you live close to it? It is a beautiful area.

    Tom