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Bike no longer has any power

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(@ralliart_rob)
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Hi all,

After some advice. My TC no longer has any power. It had been working fine, and I charged my battery last night. Put battery back in today and bike powered up as normal. I switched it off then nudged the bike which caused the alarm to go off. I pressed my key fob and alarm went off, but now no longer get any power to the bike. The display is blank and press fob does nothing (tried both fobs).

just to add, I wanted to change the battery location to use the front, so unscrewed and flipped the connector 180 degrees. It did work after doing this the first time, but after I’d nudged the bike was when the power loss came. Have turned the connector back to original location but no change. Plugging battery on charge, the charger stays green.

Thanks

Rob

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CentrJPN
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(@centrjpn)
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Hello, how are you ?

 

I have a similar situation, the motorcycle does not see the battery

 

what is needed and how to check there are suggestions?

 

dismantled the battery, the cells charged 70A, but the system does not see the battery, red and green lights flash on the BMS

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(@electrochris)
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Have you got a multimeter that will go upto 72V DC, You could try putting that across the main terminals on the battery to see if it shows any power, that would narrow down the issue to either the battery or the bike.

 

Have you made sure that the on/off breaker inside the battery compartment hasnt tripped, its at the front left hand side.

 

Inside the battery case there is a pair of XT60 connectors between the cables on the connector and the battery/BMS itself, there is no locking mechanism on this so depending how tight the cables were it could have pulled out a bit when you rotated the connector.

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(@ralliart_rob)
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Hi,

multimeter shows 62.3 volts. I’m going to take a look over the weekend to see if power is reaching the alarm module and dc converter.

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(@ralliart_rob)
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Update, replaced the alarm unit and it now works again as normal. Has the added bonus that I can power on bike with the newer style fobs.

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