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post #1 of 5 Old 07-24-2020, 04:05 AM Thread Starter
 
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99 R6 theft recover

Ok so someone tried to hotwire my 99 R6 and now it won't start the neutral light is on as long as key is in on position and the on off switch is off as soon as I flip it to run fuel pump comes on but no neutral light and starter won't come on help me please oh and also my frame has current running through it
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Ok so someone tried to hotwire my 99 R6 and now it won't start the neutral light is on as long as key is in on position and the on off switch is off as soon as I flip it to run fuel pump comes on but no neutral light and starter won't come on help me please oh and also my frame has current running through it
Sounds like you need to take it apart enough to get the all the wires and put them back like they were. Have you done that?
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I've been doing that but its a slow process so far have found 4 wires that were burned and ripped replaced those and still nothing
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And there should not be any current in the frame correct?
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And there should not be any current in the frame correct?
I'm not sure what you mean....

The frame should be a ground, connected to the negative battery cable.

So you should have voltage (current) from anything positive to the frame.

Also if you have burned wires there should be at least a fuse or two blown.
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