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Dump tank then and drain the fuel rails and line. Replace spark plugs. If you have an air compressor blow into the cylinders when the spark plugs are out to dry the fuel in the cylinders.
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post #12 of 25 Old 01-10-13, 02:58 Thread Starter
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okay bro.. thanks for the instructions.
from your opinion what cause the problem? will it happen again in future?

oooo.. my daytona

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Did you do any work on the bike before you put in storage?


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Did you do any work on the bike before you put in storage?
i just disconnected the battery terminals. thats all.
fuel not drained.

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all me bros...
my '10 d675 still refuse to fire up...
already remove and cleaned the spark plugs.
found that the plugs (oem) are still good. didnt test them though... errr... how to test them?

dont know what else to do..

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update:

my daytona still wont fire.. teated thw spark plugs... no sparks..
change to new set but still no sparks..
cleaned all connections, recharge the battery...
but still no improvements..

fyi: everything seems normal with the bike except no spark from the plugs.

i am stucked here...

pls some one...:(

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Are you just holding the plug or grounding it to the bike. You wont see spark unless you hold the plug to ground --- completing the circuit. If you still dont have spark, time for fuel pressure test. Let us know what you find.

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Fuel pressure test if you don't have spark? They're not related. If he did have spark and it still wasn't starting then that would definitely be the next step. Since he doesn't have spark then the most likely reason at this point would be a bad crank position sensor.
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Opps. Thats what i meant. Considering he didnt know how to check for spark i assume he did it incorrectly.

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Re: 2010 d675 wont start.

yup.. i did ground the spark to the chasis. and... no sparks...
fuel pump operating normally (turn the ignition key ; fuel came rushing out from the tank outlet)

bad crank sensor?

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