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2005 636 NOT STARTING

My 636 had a dead battery. New battery, charged, and still nothing. Hollowed out tip over switch and fixed the problem (bike was wrecked). Bike turns now but will not start. I have the FI light on my guages. Is there a fuel switch or something? I think i put stuff back the way i took apart. Bike ran about 6 months ago i rode but it sat awhile. Fuel stabilizer maybe? It turns like it wants to start but no start. Ive been putting the bike back together anything i might have missed connector wise? I just connected the gas line back up and figured that was it. Fuel pump does cycle when turn key

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Try new fuel & plugs...

Posted on Apr 12, 2010

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    dumas_dwayne Apr 17, 2012

    If the FI light is staying on when you turn the key, the bike wont start. The servo valve under the driver seat is your problem. Make sure when you turn the key on that the valve turns clockwise then back counter clockwise. If it doesn't you have a bad servo valve or a disconnected plug to it.

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    dumas_dwayne Apr 17, 2012

    If the FI light stays on when you turn the key the bike WONT start. Check the servo valve under the driver seat and make sure the wire connector is plugged. The valve should rotate clockwise and then back counter clockwise when the key is turned to the on position.

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