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E94Z

So I have a 2015 Fz07 I had gone to work today and forgot that I left my keys in on position for a couple hours before I realized. I figured that the battery had died so we tried jumping it and nothing so I actually walked to a nearest shop and bought a brand new battery and installed it and it literally does nothing at all, no lights turn on, no noises the display won’t turn on anything. I’m wondering if y’all might now what’s going on or if y’all ever experienced this before 

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Cruizin

Could the new battery be dead? 

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DewMan

Perhaps it would be prudent to doublecheck the fuses as well?

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rider

I've done the same thing.  Park the bike, start talking to somebody or see something shiny and just derp away leaving the key on.  Come back later wondering why your key isn't in your pocket...

Tip:  Always shut the bike off with the key.  Leave the run button alone and keep it on "run".  It won't hurt it one bit.

You may have bought a dead battery.  It's happened, but the store should check it first (unless it's Walmart or a place like that).

How did you try jumping it?  If you used a car, you have to do it with the car not running and use the battery only.  If you leave the car running, it's possible to blow fuses or fry the ecu, regulator, starter or other electrical stuff.  I'm not sure how well protected the FZ 07 is in this case.  I know on other bikes bad things have happened.

Like @Cruizin and @DewMan said, check the battery and fuses.  If those are good, you may have to do some research and start buzzing out components or take it to a shop.

Lots of really smart people on this forum, so hopefully somebody will know better than me and chime in.

Hopefully it's something easy and cheap.

Keep us updated.

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Beemer
10 hours ago, DewMan said:

Perhaps it would be prudent to doublecheck the fuses as well?

What I was thinking. Fuses should be at the top of the list for almost everything electrically dead. 

 

Just curious, you from Texas? I don't see you on the member list but Tejas is the only place I've lived where "y'all" was commonly used. 17 years there so I still use it.

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Cruizin

Op hasn't been back since he posted. 

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rider
3 hours ago, Cruizin said:

Op hasn't been back since he posted. 

Must've got it started.

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Cruizin
1 hour ago, rider said:

Must've got it started.

They join when they need something, then split and never come back. Expect to see a wheelie pic on facebook any minute now. 

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