The display on your speedometer is like this when you turn the ignition key to start?
Did you check that all the backups are ok?
Are all the plug connections where they belong (plus and minus)?
There where the brake fluid is, behind it are some fuses and relays.
@Janmad for changing the throttle cable I did some modifications for that I unplugged a connector and connected properly but the system didn't recognise it I think after I disconnected the battery and connected this issue solved, but my bike didn't start after that I check the battery voltage using a multimeter show 12.4 now I put it on charge.
I hear it cranking it that video. Did you confirm the injector wires didn't get unplugged when you replaced cable. I've done things like that before. I suggest to double check all connections in the area you were working.
@Lesblank i removed this plug and connected again it started once today after 2minutes it automatically off with that tick tick sound. anything I need to check ? can you tell me where the tick tick sound comes and why? do I need to check the fuel pump ?
The videos have been taken down by the user on YouTube.
I just had my fuel tank off. There are two electric connections. One, is a multi-wire plug, that connects to the fuel pump plate. Two, there is a ground wire that bolts to a chassis ground under the seat.
Also, the fuel line has to be properly seated into the fuel connector under the fuel pump plate. This connector is silver and it is the 'female'. The 'male' is the short fuel line that attaches to the right, to the throttle body. If this connector is not properly seated you will be getting no gas.
Since the videos are gone, is the starter cranking?
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