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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 11-28-2017, 11:49 PM Thread Starter
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1090RR Cutting Out Intermittently

Hi All,

I've had my 1090RR 2013 model for about 12 months now and it's recently developed an intermittent issue where it cuts out. The 2 situations are:

1. it cuts out for a second or two before coming back to life while I'm riding.
2. It's only happened once but the whole bike died while I was riding. The dash went blank and there was no electrical power. Luckily I was in a place where I could pull over. I tried to restart it numerous time turning the key to the off positioning then back on again and also using the kill switch but it wouldn't restart. About 20 seconds later after trying again it came back to life and ran perfectly. I've noticed when I plug the Cartek charger in that sometimes the battery seems to be low on charge even though I've just been riding it.

Has anyone else experienced this or have any ideas how to fix it?

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post #2 of 27 (permalink) Old 11-29-2017, 04:51 AM
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Hi Simon, that sounds like you have a simple battery connection issue, have you checked that all electrical components are connected firmly ?

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Check the 4pin plug that goes on the top of the starter solenoid. Look for signs of burning on the wiring from a bad connection.
Those wires feed the ecu and dash.
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I am in concurrence with the above assessments. Check all ground connections and battery connections are free of corrosion and tight.

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Thanks for the replies. Where do I find the starter solenoid? I have checked the battery connections and they all seemed to be fine.

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Cool

Howdy, you can access a FREE COPY of your manual here: Team Double 3 Racing | MV Agusta Just scroll down to your module and download.

Here is where the device lives:

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Definitely check the solenoid connection and the wires withon 3" of the connector. They can heat up and short if connections aren't good. Apply some dielectric grease before reconnecting.

I'd actually recommend this to anyone with odd gremlins or depleting batteries. Even just greasing the connector and onspecting and/or individually wrapping the wires a few inches back from it is a great preventative.

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In the service manual there is a great electrical trouble shooting guide.....

USE IT

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Just don't put the dielectric grease on the connecting surfaces directly....it is an INSULATING grease. Great to protect the connections AFTER they have been made.

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Just don't put the dielectric grease on the connecting surfaces directly....it is an INSULATING grease. Great to protect the connections AFTER they have been made.
Ed;
True dielectric grease is an insolator......so is air IF THE CONNECTIONS AREN'T TOUCHING

Please explain how one can put dielectric grease on the dash connector pins AFTER it's connected??????

As you know I live 3 blocks from the Pacific Ocean......I use dielectric grease on all electrical connections
And have NO ISSUES EVER!

Dielectric grease is usually silicone oil and Teflon powder......

IT IS A CORROSION INHIBITOR ......look at MV's electrical trouble shooting guide


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