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    Crash reset

    After a slow speed wipe out on some ice last night the bike won't start. Everything turns on and display lights up as usual but when I press the ignition switch it just does nothing. Could it be the lean angle cut off switch?

    The engine case is grazed but nothing leaking. The exhaust tip is grazed. The mirror is smashed. The handle bar crash bungs are shredded.

    Any ideas?

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    I’m not a real mechanic but when on its side it will empty its injector system (used to be carburettors) of petrol,
    So as long as it turns over you’ll need to keep kranking it over to fill the system with petrol.
    As it’s doing nothing at all I’d suspect battery leads first. Has the battery moved and broken a wire, a fuse gone?
    The clocks and lights should still work.
    Last edited by robin; 12-03-2017 at 05:47 AM.

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    Check clutch lever switch


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    it could be the tip over sensor (also called tilt sensor).
    I dont know for sure but I would have thought they would reset after a minute once the bike is back upright

 

 

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