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    Urgent. Wont start, Full Batt

    Gents I have reached a point of desperation. I've searched and searched but have only found 2 posts regarding my issue, neither of which found a definitive solution.
    2008 tuono factory
    I recently replaced my radiator. I put the key in and turned to the on position. I heard the fuel pump prime and the dash lights cycled ect. Started up fine let it warm up and then turned off. The bike cooled off and I went to start again. This time I turned the key and heard the pump again, but this time the dash lights didn't turn on, I heard the mechanism inside the dash operating but nothing happened and also the starter wouldn't work. After I researche I learned not to keep trying to start, so I took off the battery and charged it over night. This morning, hooked it back up, same issue. Only solution I have in my head is the starter solenoid but that doesn't explain the dash lights...? Or it does but this is why I am seeking some help

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    Amplifying information - At one point I got the Ampt 0025 code on the dash when I hooked battery back up

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    Amplifying information - At one point I got the Ampt 0025 code on the dash when I hooked battery back up

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    You have a wiring fault somewhere between the dash and the ecu.You may have disturbed some of the wiring during the radiator change.
    Its maybe a sensor that has been disconnected or a loose/corroded connection.Check and clean the multipin plugs behind the clocks and to the switchgear.

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    Keith I appreciate the advice, I made the same assumption about the wiring and looked over all the wiring under the tank and under the seat but couldn't check behind the dash because I can't for the life of me get the dash off, is there some special trick to get it off?

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    I remember now when I first lifted up the tank last week it fell while I was securing it...must have been how these were damaged

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    These wires are difficult to repair, not much wiggle room to say the least

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    ImageUploadedByTapatalk1390610194.808483.jpg
    There are also burns on the tank, so that's the verdict

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    Upon further inspection I found that none of the wiring is even exposed, and all of the wires are tact, but then as I continued to search I found this....problem solved ImageUploadedByTapatalk1390612292.926600.jpg

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    Yes,the wiring loom is really tight,...not a lot of slack there.Sounds like you are on it and sorting the problem.Well done.

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    Ok, the wiring situation is done and the dash turns on, but now when I hit the starter button I hear two clicks coming from rear fairing and everything goes dead

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    And it just started.....idk what the deal is here

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    Click from the rear fairing is the starter solenoid/relay working.

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