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Old 08-09-2007, 01:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question atempted theft.. hotwired....now won't start......help please

i am at a loss......... my bike got stollen and i recovered it a few blocks away in the woods..... they cut the ignition wires and tried to hot wire it......i found it in the woods down the street.... its an 06 r6 and the kickstand switch is removed.... i have heard that the kickstand switch fries when hotwired..... but what gets fried when its already removed..... i turn the key to on and the gauges turn on code 19 is displayed and the bike turns over... but won't start...... all fuses are good and the ecu is good...... i hope i can get it figured out before august 20th mid ohio track day...........
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any helpful comments would be appreciated..............
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post a pic of your bike with the ignition switch broken, then you shall find your answers ..
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the switch is fine.... they didn't cram anything in the key hole..... they just cleanly cut the ignition wires stripped them and probably started guessing which ones to touch together..... i soldered the wires back together and it still throws code 19.... is there a reset or will it automatically reset the codes when you try to start it...........

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Old 08-09-2007, 06:21 AM   #6 (permalink)
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like above...post pictures of your bike with the cut wires and we can help. just think how bad you are looking right now by making your first posts about how to hotwire a 06 r6???

we are not being arses here, but you gotta admit it looks a little suspect.
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I don't see how he's asking how to hotwire the bike. He's asking what might have fried. He's not on here saying, someone destroyed my ignition, so I need to know what wires to put together to start my bike. He simply asking what might have fried.

To the o/p, these guys are anal about stolen bikes(rightfully so, I might add). I'd recommend getting a pic with you in it with the key in the ignition and some dated material like a newspaper. That way they'll feel safe providing you with any of the info you might need to get up and running.

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i'll get a picture uploded tonight...... i can see why you want proof because i know what its like to wake up and realize my bike was stollen......
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Search this forum for "safety circut relay" and you might get a better idea of what was damaged.
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Old 08-09-2007, 10:35 PM   #10 (permalink)
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well i did the search and found one of your last posts on a similar topic.... found the starter relay...... and could hear something rattling around inside it and it tested bad....... so i have a starter relay on order..... i hope thats all that is bad....
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