Originally Posted by GBarnes
'06 LT, all accessories.
I needed to move the bracket holding the alarm horn and motion detector out of the way to route the fuel line, but I did not disconnect any connectors.
I rolled the bike off the centerstand, turned the key on and pressed the starter button; NOTHING! I checked the kill switch, reverse knob and tried it in neutral and in first with the clutch pulled in. When I turn the key on I DO NOT hear the fuel pump pressurize as usual.
but nothing I do will get the fuel pump to run or the engine to start. I even disconnected the positive lead of the battery for about 5 minutes, to no avail.
First, easy question: Have you tried lightly moving the alarm unit harness around *while* with the key on to see whether the fuel pump operates and/or start works? It may be an intermittant connection.
Moving on, assuming that you have accurately programmed the alarm unit AND have operated the fob to the "unlock" state, I'm guessing that you may have damaged one of the wires that are "permissions" to the engine when you were moving the alarm unit around.
There are three such lines --
a Brown/Grey/Yellow wire (alarm terminal #10) which provides fuel injection enable permission (operates the K9415 "Emergency Shutoff Relay")
a Blue/Grey wire (alarm terminal #6) which provides ignition enable permission (operates the K9110 "Engine Electronics Relay" (the ignition circuit power supply))
a Black/Yellow wire (alarm terminal #3) which provides starter motor permission (operates the A9600 Starter Module).
Note: these are the wire colors at the alarm unit connector -- downstream of an intermediate harness connector they change colors.
Given the fact that the fuel pump is not running, the first wire/connector I'd check is the fuel injection permission wire. I'd use my ohmmeter with a needle to penetrate the wire insulation -- one meter probe at the connector, and another with a needle a few inches downstream of the alarm unit, to see whether there is a break in the wire close to the connector.
Looking forward to getting more data from your testing