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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 03-15-2019, 11:49 AM Thread Starter
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Bike wouldn’t start

So I called the MCE insurance rescue people, they jump started it using cables from van battery and sorted the battery problem out but the headlights and turn signals don’t work, the horn does the dash lights up and the bike starts.
Tried changing the fuse on the indicators , still don’t work.
Any ideas chaps ?
Oh it’s a 910R Brutale 😍

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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 03-15-2019, 12:08 PM
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Generally in a car, if the engine runs from a jump but all the other things are going wacky you have a bad battery. How old is the battery? Have you had it tested? I would double check all wire connections from the batt as well.
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@RobK: What year is yoru Brutale 910R? Please put this information in your signature line through TOOLS>USER CP

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It sounds just like the SPU is toast......

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RobK;
Like Ed said sounds like it's your SPU.....
What color is the back of your SPU?
Blue backed ones can be troublesome, Black backed ones are very reliable

There are people that repair them use search....
To find symptoms, part numbers and repair sources

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Thank you for your help. This is going to be a learning experience 😀I will have to take the tank off to see the spu I believe. First time for everything, I will try to do this later today.

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@RobK: The Service Power Unit is not under the tank. It is the device that holds power distribution for your bike Think fuses and relays.

It lives under the side panel on the right side of your bike:

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Oh, and I agree with Ed and Noel...SPU

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Thank you, Is the SPU the thing the fuses plug into ? Sorry dumb question, I looked at section E of the manual and can’t see where it is

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Thank you, Is the SPU the thing the fuses plug into ? Sorry dumb question, I looked at section E of the manual and can’t see where it is
Yes, the SPU is the thing the fuses are plugged in to. It is the item circled in yellow in the picture above.

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