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October 20th, 2012, 10:58 AM   #11
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Re: Getting a blink code for "Fuel pump relay"

So the open circuit was what it was-easy fix then.

How many hours on your bike?
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38 hours now. It was at 8 hours when I bought it about 3 months ago.
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October 21st, 2012, 11:08 AM   #13
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I would venture with that many hours on your bike that your fuel pump is going to not give you the problems that most have encountered with the bad batch of pumps that came on some of the bikes.

Most people with the bad pumps have them do so within the first 20 hours or so. The classic symptoms being that after riding for 45 minutes or more in tight technical terrain, then shut the bike off or stall it and the fuel pump is then locked up and won't work again until it cools off, usually about 45 minutes or so.

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ok very interesting! yes it has no problem starting in that manner. I've already ordered the pump, will just hold onto it then as a spare if it doesn't seem like my stocker is going to fail.
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Re: Getting a blink code for "Fuel pump relay"

Originally Posted by crazyshannon
ok very interesting! yes it has no problem starting in that manner. I've already ordered the pump, will just hold onto it then as a spare if it doesn't seem like my stocker is going to fail.

Not a bad investment to make..........

Willmia posted a great thread about installing the CA cycleworks pump in his friends 570, very detailed.

Check out this thread on my fuel pump problem: http://www.husaberg.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=14147

It was all my fault and it is explained in that thread.

Again, I think that you are good to go on your pump. If you want to get the max protection for your fuel system, be sure your cans are clean, and put one of these in your tank.
http://www.cyclebuy.com/shopping/splitstream/index.htm
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Re: Getting a blink code for "Fuel pump relay"

Originally Posted by DaleEO
Most people with the bad pumps have them do so within the first 20 hours or so. The classic symptoms being that after riding for 45 minutes or more in tight technical terrain, then shut the bike off or stall it and the fuel pump is then locked up and won't work again until it cools off, usually about 45 minutes or so.
Those are the symptoms I had with my pump but they didn't start until it had 109 hours on it, and at first it only happened very rarely and the period before it would restart was only a few minutes. As time went by it happened more often and the recovery time got longer until the pump eventually failed altogether at 152 hours and was replaced. My bike was a 2010 so I don't know whether the 2011 would have a later version of the pump that might be more reliable.
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Oh awesome Dave, I will order the filter for sure!
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I have a fe 390 same prob no power to fuel pump , have had meter on it and no power when hitting start button you can here the ecu making a noise and f1 light ok , if I spray a bit of petrol in air intake starts ok for couple of secs so I know thr prob is power to pump, I have also changed pump filters ect so no the pump is ok the cable from pump connection go directly back to the ecu so does that mean that is my prob if so does anyone know how much they are
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Mark, check the connector under the seat at the bottom of the airfilter where it plugs into the tank. Check fuses.

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