You are aware that the puel pump will not pump of you just turn on the ignition. You must use the start button to spin the engine over. The ECM only sends power to the fuel pump if the engine is turning over or running. If you unplug the fuel pump then go back to the ECM amd back probe the wire you should see the test light turn on each time you turn the engine over.Sunday Update
Well here we go again, engine will not start with the same original symptom, I wonder if the new transistor also fried? WIth a voltmeter, ignition on and start button pushed I am getting 9+ volts to the fuel pump. (So happy I didn't reassemble the bike yesterday) I guess the question now is a bad computer or something else that is shorting this transistor. Back to troubleshooting, we were close, any new ideas?
Forgot to mention that after a rebuild of the Petcock, the engine started and ran wonderfully
Looks like after a few starts the transistor or something is blocking current to fuel pump
Thank you for all your support
You are getting voltage to the pump so the transistor is obviously working. The concern is that it is only 9 volts. It may be that the battery voltage is not enough to fire the ignition.Sunday Update
Well here we go again, engine will not start with the same original symptom, I wonder if the new transistor also fried? WIth a voltmeter, ignition on and start button pushed I am getting 9+ volts to the fuel pump. t
Thank you Very much for the test. I will give it a shot, i am guessing that a poor fuel pump might put extra stress on the ECU possibly causing the transistor to blow.
Fixing the transistor is the easy part. I am hoping the Fuel pump is now the culprit, seems like a nice free test to try.
Thank you again, i will report my findings.