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2006 CBR600RR Wont Start

Discussion in 'Technical and Troubleshooting Torque' at netrider.net.au started by BD60081, Oct 31, 2008.

  1. Hi Guys,



    I have a problem with my 06 CBR600rr. Currently it will not start. Here is a desciption:

    Has been riding fine no issues since i purchased it a few months ago.
    The other day it would not click over and start. Basically i can turn key in ignition, turn the starter switch on, then proceed to press starter button. It fires but does not click over and start engine.
    I have put a new battery in that is charged, showing 12V on the multi resting. All fuses are fine.

    I will do the following tonight to try and diagnose:

    1. Use second key to check HISS (although current key has worked fine lasy few months);
    2. Check voltage of battery on start up to check loading;
    3. Jump off car battery to see if it will click over;
    4. Try a bump start on a hill in second;
    5. Maybe put some fuel in as it currently has one full bar showing, although this should be fine;

    I dont really want to check spark plugs as i assume they look to be nightmare to get too and pull out to check. The bike is still under Warranty till early 2009.

    I am not that good with electrics and related investigations. What else should/could i check before i take it to the shop and hand over potentially large amounts of cash. Could it be altenator, starter motor, fuel lines? How can i check these? Links to suitable pages that can help? I have searched this forum and a few others.

    Your thoughts are appreciated. Cheers.
     
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  2. It's a Honda

    It's eaten its voltage regulator

    Replace regulator, and recharge your battery

    All will be well
     
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  3. I assume you've checked the kill switch?
     
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  4. Yep, kill switch is not a prob (I am assuming you mean the stand and the one on the handle bars).

    Yes, i have seen these regulators/rectifiers talked about alot on searching for an answer. Where are they located on the bike and where can one purchase them? Is it a simple pull out and replace job? or more detailed?

    Cheers, again.
     
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  5. I've heard of bikes still turning over with the kill switch on... not the trusty old 9R though.
     
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  6. Took the bike to a dealer. They recommend that the bike needs a "good long hard ride >60km and rev it out" as it is likely that there is some carbon build up in the valves/cyclinders. This should clear it out and all should be good. Not a charging/battery/regulator issue.

    Will be picking up this arvo and taking it for a ride on the doctors orders above...
     
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  7. That doesn't sound right. It should still start easily.
     
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  8. the same thing happened to my car!!

    i was like WTF its like a year old POS.. so i floored it and turned it on and POOF a huge big black (ok sounds a bit wierd) puff of smoke comes out and its fine, asked my mate and he said during 2nd gear i was too easy on it. (you try and save petrol and you still get f$@ed on!!!!! :twisted:

    give your bike the biggest blasting of its life :cool:
     
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