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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 07-17-2013, 04:10 PM Thread Starter
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Problem with turning on brutale 1090 RR

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I just drove my bike to the bank, did job there, went out of the bank and tried to turn it on... the diagnostic went "OK", but it doesn't want to start... My friend and I tried with push to start the engine... it didn't work...

Can you please help?!?!? I bought new bike, it has only 1300km... I need to change first oil on it, and I don't know is that a problem. Maybe that's why it doesn't want to start?
Hmmm

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What year is it? Try hooking a battery tender to it for a few hours and try again. If it starts, it may be the battery. If the battery is a Koyo, then it's very likely the battery. Mine stranded me at work once too and that was my problem. Around the same kms too. Definitely no due to maintenance interval, but you'll definitely want to get that done. Good luck.

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What year is it? Try hooking a battery tender to it for a few hours and try again. If it starts, it may be the battery. If the battery is a Koyo, then it's very likely the battery. Mine stranded me at work once too and that was my problem. Around the same kms too. Definitely no due to maintenance interval, but you'll definitely want to get that done. Good luck.
2013. Nope, it's not the battery. Maybe clutch switch? It doesn't want to cranks...
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I'm sure I read about this same issue not long ago. Maybe do a search or run through the Brutale section of the forum. Just sounds very familiar.

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Thanks, I thinkg I found it
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Yeah, abazhle had a similar issue.

http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showthread.php?t=52550

Turned out to be the clutch switch I believe. Maybe it'll be the same thread you found.

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Clutch switch, side stand switch are possibilities. Make sure your "kill" switch is "on".....
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Clutch switch, side stand switch are possibilities. Make sure your "kill" switch is "on".....
Thanks, I will try to find new clutch switch....
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It was starter relay... i need to buy new one... :/ damn!
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It was starter relay... i need to buy new one... :/ damn!
You said in your first post the bike was new, so did you not have a warranty?

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