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Post Info TOPIC: 2006 GSX-R600 K6 ECU Bench Test Help


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2006 GSX-R600 K6 ECU Bench Test Help


Hello guys...

I'm new here and i was hoping someone could help me out...

i'm helping a friend try to solve a No Spark issue on his bike, and i wanted to know if there is any way we can bench test the ECU to see if its OK or if there is anything wrong with it...

He already tested basically all sensors, switches and fuses but there is still no spark on it...

the bike cranks and we can here the fuel pump working, but no spark

already tested the coil wires and they are ok...

the cluster has also problems and some things are not working, so i just tried to re-solder all components and will test in the next days to see if we can put in dealer mode to try and get some codes out if it...

i also testes the voltage to the ECU and according to the wiring's i got, the should be 2 signal cables. Main one and a "backup" one (don't know if this backup one should get any voltage, but the readings i made there is no voltage on this cable).

The main one is getting something like 10.5V. I read that in some models it should have 8.5V.

Could anyone help me out with some tips on this?

I hope that this weekend i can have tome to go there and check things with him, but i was hoping to get some tips and if possible see how can i bench test this ECU.

this is the ECU info:

32920-01H10

112100-5121

12V NEPOII

Thanks



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If the ECU has to low voltage, the ecu will not boot. Please check the dealer fault reading, if this works, the ecu has sufficient voltage.

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Thanks for the tip.

I don't think i can get into "dealer mode" because the dash is also faulty.

Only Neutral light comes up and Revs.

No info in display.

The bike is in my friends house but i will move it in the next days to my house for better checking



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Maybe you can share some background information. What happen, did the bike shut down during normal operation or did he crash or something...

For me, this sounds like an cam/crank position sensor issue... The bike does not know the engine position so there is no spark at an certain degree for TDC.

My tip, get the dash-up and running or get an flash/ftdi interface and look at the fault codes.



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