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Kawasaki108 May 13th, 2019 07:10 PM

2013 FE501 no spark
Hello everyone,

I recently bought a 2013 Husaberg fe501. While riding the other day the bike died on me. After loading the bike and getting it home I began trying to track down the issue. The bike turns over but I have no spark. I replaced the rectifier and battery. I am also getting 100 ohms off of the red/green pulse generator. The coil also appears to be testing within spec. This is a completely new bike to me and I am pulling my hair out trying to figure out this problem. Any help is much appreciated. Thank you all in advance!!

fe600racer May 13th, 2019 10:33 PM

Check the wire on cap properly.....then check the cap.

TomTom May 13th, 2019 11:24 PM

I have the KTM equivilalent and it died, luckily while loading it into the van, fuse gone.
Never happened before or after that, hmm. Funny thing is that on visual inspection all fuses looked good, and when resistance checking them aswell.
Replacing them did the trick.

Kawasaki108 May 14th, 2019 12:34 AM

I have checked the spark plug cap and it appears to be in spec. I tried cranking the engine with the cap off of the coil to see if the plug wire would arc to ground. No luck. Tom Tom, which fuses did you replace? The 10 amp or the 20 amp? Or all of the above? Thanks again everyone for your help and suggestions.

Kawasaki108 May 19th, 2019 05:47 PM

Hey everyone,

I replaced the coil, stator, pulse sensor and the rectifier. Still no spark!!!!! This thing is driving me crazy!!! Any help would be much appreciated.

Thanks again!

TomTom May 19th, 2019 11:50 PM

The four ones under the seat near the battery.
I have ride bud with the same problem as yours on his -16 501 Husky, Ill have a chat and see if he solved it.

Kawasaki108 May 20th, 2019 01:17 AM

That would be great! I was doing further testing tonight and discovered that the 10amp fuse in position 1 (electronic control unit) is not getting any power. I checked all other fuse positions with a test light and all appear to be getting power except the slot I mentioned. Not sure where to go from here or where to look. Thanks again! I hope I’m getting closer to figuring this thing out.

TomTom May 20th, 2019 03:08 AM

His problem is with the ecu unit. He tried his ecu on another identical bike and it is not responding at all i.e completely dead. So if your ecu is responding thats not it.

Kawasaki108 May 20th, 2019 03:18 AM

How would I be able to check if my ecu is responding?

fe600racer May 20th, 2019 04:29 AM

Try now checking the simple stuff.....wiring connections in luding handlebar kill switch etc.

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