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post #11 of 29 Old 08-19-2019, 02:07 AM
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So you hear the pump priming as in the video of my 2012 before parting out?
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Engine sold but fuel pump available, if you need.

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So I was driving my 2007 wee to walmart in the 105 degree heat, bike running fine, not over heated. Stopped in the parking lot, turned off, went in for about 15 minutes, came out, bike turned over for maybe two or three cycles, and then died. Haven't been able to get it started again. When I turn the key, everything comes on like normal, the gauges sweep across the screen, seems likes its turning over from the starter forcing it to, but no ignition. I had the battery tested which came back that it was fine, put it on a charger over night, still wont start. I took the fuel line off the metal piece coming out of the tank and when I attempt to start the bike, no fuel comes out, which leads me to think its a fuel pump problem?

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You guys are missing an important clue. The bike is turning over. It's not the starter or battery.
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I do not hear the pump priming like that, I remember I used to hear that, but not anymore. Will that fuel pump fit an 07 wee?
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You guys are missing an important clue. The bike is turning over. It's not the starter or battery.
The headline is "bike won't turn over" and the way I read it is the motor turns too slowly to start ???

He must think the same otherwise why would you charge a battery that is doing a good job ???

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No, 2012 pump assembly is a different part to 2007, fuel sender looks different. But you can buy just the pump/motor, some on ebay for 2007. The pump assembly comes apart, you’ll need to drain the tank to remove the pump,
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The headline is "bike won't turn over" and the way I read it is the motor turns too slowly to start ???

He must think the same otherwise why would you charge a battery that is doing a good job ???
Sorry, I've been confused, I thought "Turning over" was the engine actually starting and firing. I realize that turn over is the starter actually turning the engine over, not necessarily the engine beginning to fire :X

sorry for the confusion!
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So is the motor actually turning over, i.e. from the starter motor making it do so, but not firing on it's own?

Is it sound like it is catching a bit but not enough to keep it running? If so you might ty holding the trouble wide open while you hut the starter button. That way if the motor was flooded (got too much gas that wetted the spark plugs) the plugs might get a chance to dry a bit.


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So is the motor actually turning over, i.e. from the starter motor making it do so, but not firing on it's own?

Is it sound like it is catching a bit but not enough to keep it running? If so you might ty holding the trouble wide open while you hut the starter button. That way if the motor was flooded (got too much gas that wetted the spark plugs) the plugs might get a chance to dry a bit.


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Its not even catching when turning over, it has no fuel, when I disconnected the fuel line, even when the fuel pump should prime, no gas came out.
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When you turn on the ignition (but not yet pressing the starter button) with the bike in neutral do you hear the pump running for a few seconds?

If the answer is no here is something to check: I have never looked for it but think there is a fuel pump fuse. Have you checked if the fuse is okay?

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