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And what i wrote previously?
Also it's not only for bike mv. It's valid for all bikes and cars modern. My experience with an american Chrysler, that make me crazy about 2-3 months, gave me expert title for such situation.
My english is not good, when i wrote voltage i meaned right power of battery

What you wrote previously I quoted...and explained why isn't so.

We have many on here where English is not the native tongue.

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The fact that it didn't want to start the first time does point to an issue of something safety not being met. Then it shuts off immediately which points to it not being fuel supply related.

I would look at the tilt angle sensor. It is usually located in the tail section of the bike. The sensor may be making the ECU think the bike has fallen on its side and killing the ignition immediately. It would also prevent starting intermittently if it makes ECU think bike has fallen.

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Hi I noticed the bike shuts down when the headlight turns on. Could you try starting the mv with an external power supply as per https://youtu.be/-cztArwMfFc. I'm no way an expert but may be worth a try
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Hello gentlemen i guess this is my lucky day. Me and my lets say mechanical friends were able to sort out this simple yet troublesome issue. It was a faulty speed sensor and after detaching the cable the bike starts perfectly.
MV dealer was full of crap didnt know shit for what they were doing.
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Glad to hear the issue has been found and worked on.
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Hello gentlemen i guess this is my lucky day. Me and my lets say mechanical friends were able to sort out this simple yet troublesome issue. It was a faulty speed sensor and after detaching the cable the bike starts perfectly.
MV dealer was full of crap didnt know shit for what they were doing.
Thank you everyone for your suggestion. Cheers
The rear wheel speed sensor?
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post #27 of 30 (permalink) Old 03-28-2019, 02:28 PM Thread Starter
Yep it was a faulty rear speed sensor.
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Must have been upsetting the canbus signals !!!
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Hello gentlemen i guess this is my lucky day. Me and my lets say mechanical friends were able to sort out this simple yet troublesome issue. It was a faulty speed sensor and after detaching the cable the bike starts perfectly.
MV dealer was full of crap didnt know shit for what they were doing.
Thank you everyone for your suggestion. Cheers
How was the sensor faulty?

How did you diagnose that?

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post #30 of 30 (permalink) Old 03-29-2019, 02:39 PM Thread Starter
The sensor was pretty much dead as few of the terminals were shot. It was a lucky guess which turned out to solve the problem.
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