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99 V92 fuel pump issue, good pump but wont run.

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  1. Luke M

    Luke M New Member

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    I have a V92c that has something going on with the fuel delivery system. I got a new pump and installed, it would not work either. I hardwired the old pump in and it pumps great, wire it up like it is supposed to be and nothing. I have checked the fuses and relays, nothing wrong with them. I have checked the wiring plug to the ECM and it looks great. The pump would stop working here and there on the road a few times but would normally fire up again after setting for a moment. I have been trying to figure out this problem for 2 weeks now and am starting to go bald with this issue. It was recommended to me to check the "fuel shut off safety switch", I have not heard of this on a Victory of this age. Any help would be greatly appreciated, I dont have much money at this time cause the truck is doing its job of needing repairs also and I need the truck more than the bike.

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    Does the pump cycle with first key on?
     
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    No not at all, everything else works like it should though. The light comes on the cluster activates and lights up like it used to just no pump.
     
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    Check connections on starter relay
     
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    Starter turns over fine, everything works as it should but the pump will not run. I have checked the connections at the main electrical (battery, fuel pump, starter, shut off switch, relays, fuses, ECM wiring, harness to relays and fuses, wire connectors).
     
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    I understood what you were saying. More goes to the starter relay then just the starter. Also check the ground on the rear bolt of the left passenger floor board mount
     
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    I looked more into that this morning after you had mentioned it, I removed the bolt and checked for corrosion and it all looked good. Still no fuel pump engagement. just out of curiosity shouldn't the motorcycle start with the fuel pump hardwired and engaged?
     
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    Is there some sort of crash safety switch on this bike?
     
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    Do you have a repair manual? If not pm me your email address and i will send you the fuel system test procedures and repairs.
     
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    Give KeninX a call at Southern motorworx his been good enough to try to answer on here. sometimes it's hard to get things across in emails and threads a phone call will make it much clearer
     
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    Ok I am sorry it has been so long for a reply here, I have spent alot of time looking at this bike and have come to the conclusion that its the ECM. Before I go out and spend the $880 that I dont have, does anyone know of a way to test the ECM to make sure this is the problem? I would greatly appreciate the help here! Thank you in advance!
     
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    You can call a dealer and see if they can test it. Check on ebay for a ECM I don't think I would spend that kind of cash if I wasn't sure it will fix the problem. If you can pick one up on eBay for a couple hundred that might be worth the gamble. These old cruisers can be a ***** to repair because of lack of support.

    Good Luck
     
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    The dealer told me that they could not test it with out the bike and is a min $260 just to bring the bike through the door then $109 per hour to "start from the beginning" as they "need to see for them selves" what is going on. The guy told me I would be looking anywhere from $500-$1000 just to diagnose with out parts. I did find one on e-bay and think I might buy it to try it out. This is starting to SUCK!
     
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    Have you contacted Rylan Voss @ the Vicshop or any of the other long time Victory experts yet? Before spending any more money guessing I would seek advice from one of the well know experts. Rylan does alot with the older bikes and can be very helpfull. I see a lot of ECMs get the blame and be replaced when the problem is some place else. Best of luck with this. I wouldn't be going to the local dealer that gave you that quote. He probably isn't familliar with the older bikes any way and they are different
     
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    Agree with Cat. CALL Rylan at theVicShop (Contact or KevinX (352) 215-3253 before you go any further. They will treat you better than your dealer.
     

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