As you said... Ever since I did "X"... I've had a problem.
Then therein lies the problem.
With these Can-Bus systems... you can't just splice into any wire and not expect other issues to pop up .
I'd disconnect your battery and do an amp check... then connect it again and re-test. That will tell you if your bike is sucking the life out of it.
Is it just that the bike won't turn over when you push the button? But the lights and horn still work??
I never spliced any wires, it's more of a quick connect linked to wires. The neutral light and oil light come on, I noticed the cruise control switch and auxiliary switch were dim. Doesn't turn, I didn't try the horn.
Originally Posted by twowheeladdict
Many tenders will not charge up a depleted battery. Hook it to a charger, or jump start it. Couldn't imagine not riding for 2 months.
Might have to try the car jumping it, I'd hate to take all the wiring apart again, lol. I enjoy riding, just not in 45F or below weather. Europe doesn't have a long riding season like I am use to in Miami. I would have rode within those 2 months, but work has me traveling alot.
Do you hear the fuel pump run with the on/off switch to on or run and the ignition switch on? Also do the lights go dim when you hit the start button indicating low voltage? As as mentioned above, check the connections at the starter. Use a test light to make sure the starter is getting power with ignition switch on and when you hit the start button. You may also want to try to gently tap on the starter with the handle of a hammer or screwdriver. It is possible that the start may be hung up because it has been sitting and because of the age of the bike.
Fuel pump and lights don't turn on. Only lights I see turning on is: neutral, oil, cruise control switch (very dim) and auxiliary switch (very dim). Do I just touch the starter with the test light? It's new, only 3 years old. The bike doesn't even try to turn over.
If this ends up being the battery, how will I know what's pulling power? It's most likely my air-ride since the switch can be activated when the bike is off, right?