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Wr250f 2016 electrical problem

Hey guys,

Washed my bike today after last weeks ride, all good put bike away.
Taking the bin out tonight i noticed my tail light on. Had a look light and ignition went off, bugger me 3seconds later heard the fuel pump go and lights come on again, stays like that for about a minute then switches off, 3 seconds later it repeats again. disconnected the battery for now. Any ideas what it can be?
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Water in something I'd say.
Squirt all your connections with WD40. Possibly down the key-hole slot if you have one.

Did you use a high-pressure hose?
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Water in the relays under seat on mud guard. Dieelectric grease ALL conectors and keep a spare relay in bum bag.5
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Thanks guys, Did use a pressure hose, found same issues on thumpertalk thread, under the seat wiring,disconnected the battery and will spray with wd40.You can buy from bnb a guard to cover this but at 135.00, pretty steep.Yamaha should have known this was an issue and rectified.
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Thanks guys, Did use a pressure hose, found same issues on thumpertalk thread, under the seat wiring,disconnected the battery and will spray with wd40.You can buy from bnb a guard to cover this but at 135.00, pretty steep.Yamaha should have known this was an issue and rectified.
Pressure cleaners are known to cause a ton of electrical ans bearing issues on ALL brand dirt bikes.
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Pressure cleaners are known to cause a ton of electrical ans bearing issues on ALL brand dirt bikes.
+100, been covered on here many times.
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Hmm, I don't use one for that reason.

Hose, then CT18 spray, leave it for 5-10mins whilst hosing the next bike.
Then use a brush from the dustpan set and a hose to get it off.
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