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July 23rd, 2015, 10:50 AM   #11
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Now, here's my problem. I recall reading somewhere that there is a trick/procedure for priming the fuel pump. And, of course, I can't remember what it is. Can somebody remind me, please?
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You're not talking about the little "stab/jab the starter button" procedure? It doesn't necessarily start the bike - not if you do it fast enough - but it closes a circuit that starts the fuel pump priming...?
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Tourist, I only remember that there is a trick to it. Can't remember what the trick actually is, though. (It's not the age, it's the mileage.)

What's this "stab/jab" thing you're talking about?
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It's just that Just poke the starter button briefly and the pump primes, you can hear it. The "trick" is that the pump starts and primes even with a push of the starter button that's too short to start the bike. That's all I know
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On my bike the pump will run when you turn the key whether you touch the start button or not. So I hit the key and let the pump cycle on and off. Repeated that a couple of times, and when I hit the starter she started right up.

Now I have to see if I can remember how to ride the thing!
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the pump should prime itself unless its defective...which is a problem I once had...
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(For future reference for others who find this thread, some of the bikes don't have ignition keys - my EU '10 570 doesn't - then the button-stabbing can be applicable )
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Yep, a quick push/stab at the start button will do it.

Or if you bridge #5 and #6 on the XC1 connector the electrical system will stay online. Good to see flash codes and find electrical problems. It's the white unused connector next to the fuse-box.
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