Is the solenoid clicking? That usually means low battery voltage.
Sounds like it: New video by Brian Machado (sorry the vid is upside, but all i show is no OBD errors and the clicking)Is the solenoid clicking? That usually means low battery voltage.
Ah thanks for info on the starter, wasnt aware how undersized it is.If the starter motor/solenoid clicks that almost always means the battery voltage is low or a high-current connection is not tight (so the increased current results in too large a voltage drop for the solenoid to engage or motor to turn).
If OBD2 is happy, and R has battery voltage, then the things to check to me seem like:
Any of those will cause the ECU to not spark.
- side stand sensor not "up"
- vehicle down sensor not "up"
- ignition security resistor missing
PS and +1 on not running the starting motor continuously -- it is only designed for intermittent duty -- from the owner's manual:
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I dont have an ignition switch, PMed.Do you have an OEM ignition switch? If so, the resistor should already be there and you would not want another (and 220 is the wrong value -- in general it is best to keep the security details to PM?). If you don't have the oem switch, I think I have one that has been gutted I can send you -- it might not look pretty but it works -- you can PM me your address.
I just bought this, not an exact fit but its the correct pressure, has a regulator and should get me atleast making sure everything is working and running continously.