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Suzuki 2005 Boulavard c50 will not start. I have replace the battery and the fuel pump. What I have notice is that the(new) fuel pump does not work or does not come on when the ignition is turned.

Are there any other components I should check do to my motorcycle not starting? Like I said earlier, I replace the battery and the fuel pump, should I be looking to replace anything else?

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Check the fuel pump wires with a meter to be sure it's not just a defective pump. Check fuses, fuel pump relay, and all wiring connections and verify the handlebar kill switch is on. The computer signals the pump so if everything else is good and there's still no power to the pump it may have a bad ECU. To know the ECU is getting power you can check for spark or just squirt some gas or stating fluid in the intake and see if it starts with that. This is all assuming it cranks, if it's not cranking then there's a different list of things to check.

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