Matthys Harmse: great video. i have done it. pump to be tested in the bike.
Taz Man: Thanks for this Bought a Gixxer1000 for bugger all cos it wouldn't go. Traced it back to blown fuel injection fuse. Stuck a new one in and it blew that too. Turned out the pump was seized so pulled it out and freed it up. Back to insanity! (Dyno 165 hp at rear wheel) :)
Jutto vant Hoff: Just worked for me on a 2006 SV650. Great video, you just saved me a load of money and aggro. Top job, thank you.
Jere Johnson: This worked for me. 2002 GSXR 600, been sitting since last year, pump would not prime. Checked fuse, relay, etc...Removed the fuel pump, took it apart, cleaned it, all the stuff in the video, and my bike is back on the road again. Good advice. Thanks
armchairgangsta c: just cleaned my fuel pump pat attention to how you remove the fuel filter. he did not install it right
Mattie Aikens: Can you fix my bike
Sinister13 Cruz: thanks for the video
Sinister13 Cruz: did it work for u.
Daniel Leech: Or wear safety glasses if you're that type hahahaha
GeorgeBonez: Oh CRAP! I dropped my potentiometer and stepped on it when I was trying to pick it up! lol
J Gomes: thanks for the video man but I m gonna let my mechanic do it its like u said don't do it if u don't trust ur skills hahaha. thanks
John Nielsen: thanks for taking the time buddy! very helpful!
Morris1million: Legend! Thanks for the video :) I'm having a problem with my gsxr 600 K7 as the fuel warning light keeps flashing even with a full tank, can anyone tell me the best way to access the float/pump, do you have to run it until its out of gas before removing the base plate? Cheers
Kevin Hayes: Thanks for the video, I have a Suzuki sv1000 and I'm pretty sure I'm having fuel pump issues. It doesn't want to start cold unless I cycle the switch a few times to build up the fuel pressure. Now I'm thinking that it may just be the filter. But thanks again for the video, I was having trouble understanding how the pump fit into the assembly. I didn't want to take it apart until the new one got here because I'm still riding it.
airwolfk6: Hello guy''s, i have a problem with my bike Suzuki gsx-r 1000 2005, interrupted 9200 rpm min, and include emergency svetlini.cnange fuel filter. whether the problem is at the petrol pump, because the motor is stop these rpm
Tom Sockeel: Thx I just did mine tha hardest part was getting the entire thing out of the fuel tank it's pretty tight... My pump still worked okay but still there was quite a lot of dirt particles in the filter now I'm sure my bike is ok :)
TheArch001: Great video man. Very informational. Good job on explaining and showing us step by step
Chris Waldrop: Stop right now i just want to add a note if and when u get to the fuel pump and u stick ur tool in to free it up u could break those fins they ARE plastic. I know because i just tried it and broke on of my fins so its a new fuel pump for me but mine was beyond repair it sat for 5 years without being started. I would fill the fuel pump up with some kind of liquid that will not break down plastic. And let it sit for a day just to be on the safe side if u dont wanna pay money to repair it. If u did break a fin u will need a new fuel pump for sure it will probably lock it up again if u do get it to break loose and dont get the plastic out and im sure you dont want that to happen while your driving down the road
MCR BIKER: Just wanted to say thanks for the video. Have just followed it to free up a seized pump on my suzuki motorcycle and is now working a treat! Cheers bud.