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Hello everyone. Just picked up a 2006 675 for a good price not running. I will be needing help as I look into more of the issues that caused the edu to fry. Thanks Matt.
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Hello everyone. Just picked up a 2006 675 for a good price not running. I will be needing help as I look into more of the issues that caused the edu to fry. Thanks Matt.
I used to repair FZR TCI boxes, and the single most common cause was a fried voltage regulator. I hear that some years of 675 also had a dodgy VRR, so that's the first place to look.

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I already traced a short at the fuel pump connecter, the wire insulation was gone and touching the frame. Was told by the previous owner the bike kept blowing the ignition fuse, I'm sure they are related. Today the new regulator arrived I wired it up directly to the battery just waiting on the used ecu from eBay and the new stator and I'm going to try to fire the bike up. Previous owner knew nothing about bikes, had a few friends look at the bike and they really did a number to the bike, broke a lot of things.
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