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Old 11-24-12, 22:42   #1
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Default Fall detection switch missing from accident.

The gauges light up and cycle, fuel pump cycles, exhaust value cycles, etc.. go to hit the starter button the the blue starter relays clicks but try to turn the starter.

it seems w/o the switch connected the bike wont turn the starter?

is there a way to bypass the switch?
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Old 11-25-12, 03:25   #2
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You have to jumper the switch for it to run without it. If you just remove the switch it will not work.
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thanks. the switch was lost in the accident.

how would i jumper the connector?

there are three wires, i believe pink, pink/blk, pink/blu
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Im not sure exactly to be honest when I get the chance ill check the wiring diagram I have.
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I found this so my friend is going to do this.

http://www.triumphrat.net/twins-tech...fi-models.html

It seems the bike would start w/o the switch hooked up anyway. So apparently its something else keeping my friends bike from starting.

The fuel pump cycles, gauges cycle, exhaust servo, etc.. but when u go to hit the switch to start it just clicks on the starter blue relay. I told him to charge the battery overnight and try to start the bike.
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