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post #1 of 27 Old 03-28-2011, 04:37 PM Thread Starter
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need help 700 acts like it has a dead battery

Put a new hmf sport slip on and an Ehs efi and a uni air filter 700 was starting good put the Ehs on it and it was turning over like it had a dead battery so I put a new battery in it and no change. Thinking they gave me a bad battery I tested it and it was fine. So I put battery back in and I try to bypass the coil and still nothing after that I tried to pull the programmer off and it turned over like new now it seems to turn over hard then it will start. Every couple times I start it I get a back fire. Can Eny one give me some kind of direction I have no clue what to look at next
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contact ehs, they will help u out for sure.

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If you think it is the EHS programmer , I would have contacted Eric before posting this. IMO.

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where is it grounded to? new batterys will usually need to be charged befored used, if you put a volt meter on will turning over it should remain at 12 volts if its dropping to 8volts or really anthing under 11 the injectors arent going to be working correctly as well as the fuel pump so it is important to have proper voltage while cranking not just sitting there.

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i did email him befor posting and i had more problems after that. the ground goes right to the starter and i have eliminated wireing i thhink the starter is the base of my problem it wasnt the coil i bypassed it was the silenoid. i also tryed to jump the starter off the pattery and got the same resault leading me to beleive the starter is not right. my question for eric is, is there some kind of program in the programmer that my have lead to this starter problem or if i get the starter problem fixed sould the programmer be ok?
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First ground the programmer on the negative pole of the battery, did you get any instruction with it? Eric is very helpful, give him a call!

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I have started mine bone stock on the "Big 3" settings from Eric and it fired up no problem. Also as above ground it to the - terminal on the battery.

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it was grounded to the battery and im not saying that it was the fault of the programmer i just dont remember if the problem was started before or after the programmerand i dont wana put a new starter in and the controller back on if there is a potential problem with it is all
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Heres a couple of things that have screwed me me up on something similar.
Have you tried to take the positive lead off the starter ?
If you haven't then take the green plug apart (under the headlight) and clean it .
If that doesn't work then clean the ECM plug. The one with the clear cover over it .

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i jumped the starter directly from the battery to eliminate wiring all together and i had the same out come of a week turn over. if i had jumped it and it started right up then i would have thought it was wiring. but im almost positive it is the starter
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