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07 CBR1KRR - September 9, 2012, 10:08 AM

So last week was riding and hit a bump doing roughly 35-40 mph on the 395 ramp by navy yard exit. As soon as the bike absorbed the bump my tach gauge sent out and bike won't start without push starting it. The headlight indicator, turn signals and neutral indicator work and the fuel pump primes when I turn key. Could a connection coming loose off the gauge cause this? And yes bike is in neutral upon attempting to start along with killswitch disengaged.
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Any ideas are much appreciated.
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So I checked connection at back of gauge. Slightly loose but pushed back in, still nothing. Hooked up to my battery tender and instrument panel came back on like nothing ever happened. Took charge away from battery and let idle for approx. 1 min after the minute passed gauge shut off again. Hit my high beams and it killed the engine. I'm thinking it's a stator issue now.
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Do you have a multimeter? I'd just start metering places and see where it goes bad.

Did your connection to the battery go bad or get knocked loose possibly? Take your battery to get tested, maybe it went bad and a new one could fix the problem?
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September 9, 2012, 12:36 PM

Are the battery connections tight. If so, the battery is probably bad now. If it's the original then that's no surprise. Average battery life expectancy is 5 years.


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September 9, 2012, 05:40 PM

Definitely check all connections. The 07 had a bulliten on the rectifier, if you haven't had it replaced give your local dealer a call. Funny thing is my rectifier went out right after a rather big jump, I really thought I broke something before I called the dealer and they told me about the recall or bulliten.


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And a bad R/R can toast a battery and vice versa.


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