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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 23rd June 2019, 02:46 AM Thread Starter
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Like it says. Been about a year and went to start up the bike. Nothing. Tried charging old battery and that didnt work. New battery installed turns on, fuel injection whine normal but wont turn all the way over. Put in new spark plugs. Same thing.
Tried to look for the 6 pin connector but dont see any. FI on screen and FI light flashing. Please help. Thanks in advance.

Oh yeah, there is a bunch of lighting stuff the previous owner put in that i disconnected awhile ago.
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Knowing what the code tells you will be helpful. You'll need to put the display in "dealer mode" using steps #7-10 in this post: https://www.sv-portal.com/forums/134272-post3.html

This thread has some more pics of the plug you'll need to access: https://www.sv-portal.com/forums/5-t....html#post8633

The actual code list can be found in this post: https://www.sv-portal.com/forums/8644-post12.html


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Just had a thought. Does your bike do any of this stuff (granted it's an SV650 but the same process applies to the SV1000):


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Pics were a huge help, thank you

it ended up being the power commander. all good now
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Pics were a huge help, thank you

it ended up being the power commander. all good now
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It worth changing the oil if its been sitting that long as well.....

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For future diagnosis: it's helpful to make it clear what you mean by "turn over".

In order for the spark plugs you put in to have any chance of doing anything, that means that the engine was cranking aka turning over, but not starting.
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Just had a thought. Does your bike do any of this stuff (granted it's an SV650 but the same process applies to the SV1000): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FuwoxCwRTz0
Oldas, so what did the c you were pointing out refer to, was it cold???
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Oldas, so what did the c you were pointing out refer to, was it cold???

That wasn't my SV650, just a random one on YouTube I found. It was flashing the FI light because the kill switch had been engaged. And it didn't go away until the ignition key was turned off then putting the kill switch to run before trying to turn the ignition on with the key. I was concerned that the OP might have been trying to figure everything out while the kill switch was engaged. I did this process with my '06 SV1000S this afternoon and it didn't work like it does with the SV650. On my SV1000S, no FI light remained flashing with the kill switch engaged and ignition key turned on. So it was a moot point on my part.


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That wasn't my SV650, just a random one on YouTube I found. It was flashing the FI light because the kill switch had been engaged. And it didn't go away until the ignition key was turned off then putting the kill switch to run before trying to turn the ignition on with the key. I was concerned that the OP might have been trying to figure everything out while the kill switch was engaged. I did this process with my '06 SV1000S this afternoon and it didn't work like it does with the SV650. On my SV1000S, no FI light remained flashing with the kill switch engaged and ignition key turned on. So it was a moot point on my part.
Ah...

My bike is acting like it is feeling the cold right now and the same C is showing up when I turn on the ignition, thought you might have had some enlightenment no matter,l I will probably get a new battery as mine is not holding great charge anymore.
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Ah...

My bike is acting like it is feeling the cold right now and the same C is showing up when I turn on the ignition, thought you might have had some enlightenment no matter,l I will probably get a new battery as mine is not holding great charge anymore.

Oh yeah, I remember we had this discussion in this thread.


Have you checked your voltage while the bike is running? If it's not stable and slowly dropping, I'd be concerned about the stator magnets.


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Did that check, can't remember the exact voltage reading but I did check at the time and it was a good reading and it was stable, she loses power if she's idle for a couple of days. It's been pissing down here for the past few days definitely not nice for a ride if it starts up today I will be very lucky.

I have a few options in batteries YTX14-BS GTX14-BS or RTX14-BS the YTX is the battery I have right now and that has been in for at least 4 years now so might go up a notch.
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Oldas, so what did the c you were pointing out refer to, was it cold???

The cluster was set for metric readout so 'c' being Celsius. Note the kph beside the speed readout too. Can't understand metrics.....long live the inch!
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She was probably cold. Anyway... got a new battery from Battery Mart Australia an RTX14-BS $101 put it in and spitfire... look out... going for ride!!!!
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I have a few options in batteries YTX14-BS GTX14-BS or RTX14-BS the YTX is the battery I have right now and that has been in for at least 4 years now so might go up a notch.
Forget the G / Y / R bit....thats a factory designation.... they are all the same.....

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The RTX14-BS is an AGM battery

SLA (Sealed Lead Acid) and VRLA (Valve Regulated Lead Acid) are different acronyms for the same battery. ... AGM (Absorbed Glass Mat) refers to a specific type of SLA/VRLA where the electrolyte is absorbed into separators between the plates consisting of sponge like fine glass fiber mats.

Must admit I don't know much about batteries, I just went with the reviews I'd read which said that the AGM batteries have a greater kick so I thought for a few extra $$$ why not. The bike seems very happy BTW
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