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Hey, GEP Repsol, I can get the bike to crank but not fire. I had no luck on staring the bike, the fuel injector is attached to the throttle body, or it is right in front of the the airbox connection to the throttle body. Just look it up if you did not understand my description. The fuel injector is kinda hidden and it is green.
 

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Hey, GEP Repsol, I can get the bike to crank but not fire. I had no luck on staring the bike, the fuel injector is attached to the throttle body, or it is right in front of the the airbox connection to the throttle body. Just look it up if you did not understand my description. The fuel injector is kinda hidden and it is green.
Still no luck?

We need to figure out why it's not getting gas. Did the pump check out?
 

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Still no luck?

We need to figure out why it's not getting gas. Did the pump check out?
Still no luck the pump is pumping fuel through the lines, I could not check how the spray is on the fuel injector because I need to get a o ring for the fuel I injector. what else can it be?
 

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Still no luck the pump is pumping fuel through the lines, I could not check how the spray is on the fuel injector because I need to get a o ring for the fuel I injector. what else can it be?
I think you have narrowed it down to the fuel system - pump, filter, line, injector.

There could possibly be an electrical/electronic component also, but I don't think so.
 

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I think you have narrowed it down to the fuel system - pump, filter, line, injector.

There could possibly be an electrical/electronic component also, but I don't think so.
If it is electrical would you know what electrical component it would be?
 

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If it is electrical would you know what electrical component it would be?
Other than a wiring or ground issue, the ECU would control the fuel delivery - but I don't think that's it.

Based on what I know about your situation, I think the ebay replacement fuel pump may be the issue as long as the injector sprays.

The fact that it will run momentarily when you manually deliver fuel or Starting Fluid narrows the problem down in my mind.
 

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Other than a wiring or ground issue, the ECU would control the fuel delivery - but I don't think that's it.

Based on what I know about your situation, I think the ebay replacement fuel pump may be the issue as long as the injector sprays.

The fact that it will run momentarily when you manually deliver fuel or Starting Fluid narrows the problem down in my mind.
I will get a better pump that is not oem. This pump that I want to get has a review about a buyer putting in the pump into a 2011 honda cbr250r and it started right up, and I am assuming it would not start before for the person.
 

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I will get a better pump that is not oem. This pump that I want to get has a review about a buyer putting in the pump into a 2011 honda cbr250r and it started right up, and I am assuming it would not start before for the person.
Quality control is the biggest issue with off-shore aftermarket equipment.

No luck finding a good used OEM pump for a reasonable price? I'd try that first. I don't believe premature failure of the fuel pump a known issue with CBR250Rs, so there should be decent used ones available.

Even check the cost of a new OEM one. People have reported that replacement parts have been very reasonable.
 

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People are asking to much for used fuel pumps on e a and Amazon. they want them starting like starting $100 and up and some people only sell the whole fuel pump assembly with the pump.
 

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I had trouble getting my bike started. Battery was charged and starter was turning, but engine would not start.

turned our to be a sensor plugged into the wiring harness near the headlights. I think it’s purp is to cut the engine if the bike falls over? Anyway, once I unplugged it, the bike stat fine. I even drained the battery by keeping the lights on for hours and was able to push start relatively easily after removing the part from the wiring harness.
 

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I had trouble getting my bike started. Battery was charged and starter was turning, but engine would not start.

turned our to be a sensor plugged into the wiring harness near the headlights. I think it’s purp is to cut the engine if the bike falls over? Anyway, once I unplugged it, the bike stat fine. I even drained the battery by keeping the lights on for hours and was able to push start relatively easily after removing the part from the wiring harness.
Hey, can you send send a picture of the part that you are talking about if you have it to my email?
 

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I had trouble getting my bike started. Battery was charged and starter was turning, but engine would not start.

turned our to be a sensor plugged into the wiring harness near the headlights. I think it’s purp is to cut the engine if the bike falls over? Anyway, once I unplugged it, the bike stat fine. I even drained the battery by keeping the lights on for hours and was able to push start relatively easily after removing the part from the wiring harness.
Yes - from what I've found while searching for answers in another thread, that appears to be the location of the "Tip-over Sensor" on the CBR. I did not see a good picture or location of it though.

I'm surprised it will run with it unplugged.
 

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I had trouble getting my bike started. Battery was charged and starter was turning, but engine would not start.

turned our to be a sensor plugged into the wiring harness near the headlights. I think it’s purp is to cut the engine if the bike falls over? Anyway, once I unplugged it, the bike stat fine. I even drained the battery by keeping the lights on for hours and was able to push start relatively easily after removing the part from the wiring harness.
Yes - from what I've found while searching for answers in another thread, that appears to be the location of the "Tip-over Sensor" on the CBR. I did not see a good picture or location of it though.

I'm surprised it will run with it unplugged.
thanks bro, I will check it out next time I work on the bike.
 

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thanks bro, I will check it out next time I work on the bike.
I think you are jumping to different conclusions based on nothing more than someone else's solution to their "no start" problem... the issue your having is lack of fuel getting to the engine, not the Tip-Over Sensor.

I think you just need to bite the bullet and get a new fuel pump.
 

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Hey, guys I bought ad put in the ( HFP-397-U Fuel Pump with Strainer Replacement for Honda CBR250R/CBR300R/NHX110/PCX125/PCX150/ SH150i (2007-2018) )
fuel pump that cost $60 and was well worth it. When I replaced the fuel pump with this one the bike started right up with a little bit of open throttle. But the bike has not been started for a pole 2 years on it's own power and now it is idling at 6k ( 6,000 ) rpm and does not go down is that normal?
 

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Hey, guys I bought ad put in the ( HFP-397-U Fuel Pump with Strainer Replacement for Honda CBR250R/CBR300R/NHX110/PCX125/PCX150/ SH150i (2007-2018) )
fuel pump that cost $60 and was well worth it. When I replaced the fuel pump with this one the bike started right up with a little bit of open throttle. But the bike has not been started for a pole 2 years on it's own power and now it is idling at 6k ( 6,000 ) rpm and does not go down is that normal?
and the bike shakes where the seat is but I need to put air in the tires and it sounds like something is hitting somewhere
 

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Hey, can you send send a picture of the part that you are talking about if you have it to my email?
I'll try to find it. It's probably in a random box somewhere.

Yes - from what I've found while searching for answers in another thread, that appears to be the location of the "Tip-over Sensor" on the CBR. I did not see a good picture or location of it though.

I'm surprised it will run with it unplugged.
I think it might actually be faulty as even when it was upright it still wouldn't let the bike start
 
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