Fuelpump relay


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steve allen
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Fuelpump relay

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I have an 1994 GL1500SE that isn't getting fuel at this time, were is the relay located? Thanks, Steve



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Mh434
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Re: Fuelpump relay

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I don't think there is one, except on the earlier models. From what I've read, the pump is controlled by the ECM. I've seen lots of references, however, to the bank angle sensor being an issue in fuel pump operation, and the BAS is apparently very easy to bypass to fix the issue. Hopefully, that helps...

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virgilmobile
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Re: Fuelpump relay

Post by virgilmobile »

True.88/89 used a "relay" to operate the pump.Later models were powered direct from the module.Check for main power at the module first.

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bluthundr31
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Re: Fuelpump relay

Post by bluthundr31 »

There is no "relay" for the fuel pump, as the previous posts have stated. Your fuel pump will begin pumping fuel once the key is on and the "start" button is pushed.

What was your "test" to determine you're not getting any fuel? More info about what you've done would be of great help to walk you through the process to getting your beast up and running again.

steve allen
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Re: Fuelpump relay

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Bike up and running, just had to allow carbs to fill up again after sitting over a week.

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Re: Fuelpump relay

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Too late...........................



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