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383hq August 25th, 2017 12:32 AM

"If you read his post better it may have prevented you from being a smart arse...maybe not"

Unlikely, given a battery at 9-10v will give the above issue, (and of course in all of the internets' history, no one has ever overlooked the obvious during online diagnostics)

But feel free to carry on with your humourless efforts- At least your second post added some value. Unlike Mine !

Husaboy97 August 25th, 2017 07:31 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Alan (Post 182424)
"There is a 6 pin plug under the seat that is not connected to anything. Take the cover off the plug. Short out Pins 5 (Black/White Colour wire) and Pins 6 (Brown Colour wire). That will turn the ignition on and fire the EFI ECU up. This must be what the XC1 tool does as it plugs into that connector.
You can do a test first and pull out Fuse 2 (Fuel Pump Fuse) before shorting out pins 5 and 6 and you will see the FI Light flash the Fuel Pump error."

I got the bike running yesterday :D after checking wires and voltages across the wiering around the battery. I found out that the plug for the injector was faulty as it didn't give off any voltage:happy:after jerking the wiers going into the connector the pump came alive again :) after taking it for a spinn it started to fuel cut and sputter again after about an hour:furious: instantly I checked the connector again but it was fine, and the pump was still active:unsure: after this I decided I'm just going to deliver it to a local Ktm dealer and have them diagnose the bike :happy: even tho I'm sure it's just the injector or the pump running warm and swelling :o but thanks for the help anyway :)

Husaboy97 August 25th, 2017 07:44 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 383hq (Post 182433)
"If you read his post better it may have prevented you from being a smart arse...maybe not"

Unlikely, given a battery at 9-10v will give the above issue, (and of course in all of the internets' history, no one has ever overlooked the obvious during online diagnostics)

But feel free to carry on with your humourless efforts- At least your second post added some value. Unlike Mine !

It's all good:happy: the battery gives off 13 volts so the battery is ok voltage wise, the terminal is a different story :p I had to use a flat head to shape the terminal so it would fit the terminal nut:o seems like the previous owner fought it with a hammer :giggle: but I got a spare battery that I'm puttting inn over the weekend :happy:
The bike is being delivered to the local Ktm dealer next Monday :happy: so now I'm just crossing my fingers it's just the pump or injector :o
But thanks for the help anyway :)

383hq August 26th, 2017 02:01 PM

could be the plug or earths, but don't discount the wiring harness - harnesses are tight, wires and wire connections become compromised over time.

i.e. the Yellow and red feed is a common failure, it joins in two different places, and as they work loose the problem becomes intermittent -where it works loose over time it starts to act like a resistor until it breaks properly and stops completely

Husaboy97 August 26th, 2017 05:35 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 383hq (Post 182467)
could be the plug or earths, but don't discount the wiring harness - harnesses are tight, wires and wire connections become compromised over time.

i.e. the Yellow and red feed is a common failure, it joins in two different places, and as they work loose the problem becomes intermittent -where it works loose over time it starts to act like a resistor until it breaks properly and stops completely

Yeah when it comes to wiring im not going to remove or do anything, i leave that to the people at KTM :p but all symptoms point towards the pump/fuel system to be the problem, but who knows :( Im just crossing my fingers that it wont be anything severe :unsure: but thanks for the suggestion :)


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