The fuses are found in the JUNCTION BOX #26021 the junction box is under the seat or the right hand side panel.
If you need more info let me know.
The DFI fuse is #16 next to the battery
let see if we can find the problem so you can ride Sunday
how is the battery condition?
what is the battery voltage readings? the power commander does not over ride the ECM it will just increase fuel injector pulse (injector open time).
I have seen many Power commanders cause all kinds of running issues. I would disconnect the power commander to see if their is any improvement
let me know what happens
another exper here Kenny he is a kawsaki tech line expert also. he recomened me to find out about the ignition switch, "cross over" what does he mean, and did the wires actully short out, and if so, which ones,
Also MAKE sure the small ground wire off the negative (-) side post at the battery is plugged into the harness, lots of time the big ground is hooked up, but that small one gets unplugged and things start to try grounding to various components.
I bought the trike June 19. It is completely chromed out including a drag specialties ignition switch that has been moved to where the coverplate (left side motor) should be. The "crossover" was the wire insulation missing from the end of all wires to the ignition. We put heat/shrink to them to fix the problem. Will check the small ground off the negative post though. Definely! Before removing tank.
PS I have only been able to ride one time since I got it and that is when the ignition switch went crazy! The hubbie has so many things going on right now, we didn't plan on working on it right away!
I will see if Kenny can help you as he may be able to get you going sooner
That would be great! As I said, have only ridden once. Starter clutch limiter went out in it and had to wait 4 weeks for the part. Some said I should take it back but it is a KICK-BUTT trike! I was told that it is the first Nomad conversion by Hannigan. I want to RIDE!!!
Hello my name is Kenny
We need to work fast on this as I have to leave later this afternoon, if you want this running by tomorrow, so as soon as you can get back to me the better.
I need a summery of all thats going on, it appears that the unit is turning over, but no spark, am I right there ?
I am more concerned about the switch, did wires short ? if so I need to KNOW exactly what you did on the repair, how many miles on this thing ?
I'll be upfront with you, this question is a little under priced
Let me know ASAP
Ignition switch wiring melted and switch would NOT shut anything off. At home, used kill switch, which shut the motor off but not the power to the instrument panel, etc. Hubbie removed wiring from switch and used solder and shrink tube then reattached wiring to ignition. It started up at that time. We shut her down to get ready to ride again and she would not start. Starter and motor turns over but no spark and the fuel pump does NOT kick in when the ignition switch is on. The left turn signal when on, caused the entire instrument panel to blink instead of just the indicator light. The right signal light operated correctly. We then assumed that there may be other wires "crossed over" and followed the harness. We found that the black/yellow grond wire was wired incorrectly to the headlight and it has been repaired.
Just came from the Kaw shop and checked their manual and spoke with one of their mechanics. We thought it may be the Vehicle down sensor because according to the manual it is the only thing listed that would cause a shut down of the fuel pump and ignition. The other thing we are now checking is the fuel relay. Am I correct in assuming that if the ground wire is wired directly into the white positive power it could fry whatever is in it's path? The only other thing I can think of would be the ECU or the Dynojet Power Commander.
Hubbie drove her from the east side of Atlanta to Alabama the day we bought her and did not have any problems. Day 2 after purchase the starter clutch limiter went out and we waited 4 weeks for the replacement part.
Sorry to get back to you so late....spent most of today at the Kaw shop.
Someome needs to go to a Radio Shack or an electronics store and purchase a couple of 1/4 watt 100 ohm resistors, if you are going to get this bike running for tomorrow, also if he doesn't have a multi-meter then he needs to purchase one of them also.
I have to run out for a bit, but I'll check back, if you don't get that that resistor you'll likely not get this running, forget everything else that everyone at the dealer said for right now, trust us experts on here, Jeff and I have MANY years of experience !
By hooking a pigtail "alligator clip on both ends of a wire" to the frame on one end and a test light to the other and checking the ground wire to the fuel pump...the pump does turn on. In other words the ground wires are not grounded. We also found what I think is a resistor 2.0 at the end of a connector located under the gas tank.
PS Hubbie is a school trained mechanic auto and motorcycle but has not worked in it for years and years. Bikes have definitely changed since then.
You guys need to stop right now on your diagnosis, I'm not concerned about any grounds right now, that is NOT your problem.
Did you get the 1/4 watt resistor that I asked you to get ?
Yes those are resistors, you are going to use them for the ignition switch, if you decide to pick some up let me know and then I can help you get you bike running.
Won't be back until after 2pm. Radio Shack is about an hour away and doesn't open until 12pm
I'll be around for most of the day, let me know when you are ready.
OK I would really like to know exactly what the ignition switch looks like, if I could get a pictures (wires coming out of the back of it and the connection where it meets the wiring harness that would be AWESOME) if not then I need to know the color of all the wires out of the switch and how many.
You said earlier that this is a "drag Specialty" switch, its likely made by someone else, Drag Specialty is just a distributor.
OK, I assuming that wires coming out of the switch have something covering all the wires, correct ?
If so I need you to remove all the covering and on the gray wire I want you to look for a resistor in that gray wire ?
Let me know if you find one ?
No resistor on the gray wire. Just to let you know ...this is the original wiring from the connector under the gas tank. the connector to the ignition switch was removed and additional wire was spliced to relocate the ignition switch.
For some reason, your replies are not coming through the way they should
OK, not sure on the reply issue, that most be something with the site ?
So here is what I want you to do, check from the harness connection (where the ignition switch plugs into) all the way to the ignition to see if you see any resistor, then do you know where the ECU is located ? if so then you'll see a BIG plug into that, find the gray wire and look there to see if you see if anyone soldered in a resistor ?
OK then likely the switch has one in it (wow I didn't think they were doing that) oh well. So what happened is when that switch shorted it took out the resistor that was in the aftermarket switch, by having you get the resistors I was just going to run a by-pass, I'm glad you checked that gray wire and found nothing, thats good.
OK so it looks like maybe you replied, and he DID put that resistor in and now the bike has started ? Good !
Does this thing have a power commander ? code 11 is your TPS switch, this is likely caused from the power commander or a bad connection, try removing it and or making sure your connections are good and you should be set.
If you have any more questions, please reply and I'll be glad to answer them.
Does have a power commander and the connection was NOT solid. It is now though! My hubbie says to tell you Thank You...he figured out the rest late yesterday. AND the manual came in the mail today for the bike. We're all set to ride!!!
Just another note....I increased the fee I was willing to pay to $35....there is still a balance of 15 in the account.....you should get both!!!!!
Awesome Thanks to both of you guys for your generosity !
If you need anything in the future, you can ask for me I'll be glad to help you guys out !
Thanks again, it was a pleasure working with you both