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Old March 13th, 2007, 02:11 PM   #1
 
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Default Problem with 2006 Brute Force 750.

Not sure if anyone had this problem before but I have noices coming from the top of my belt drive after I shut my bike off. It keeps making the noises even after I take the key out. I have to pull a fuse to make the noise stop. What is the problem?
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Default Problem with 2006 Brute Force 750.

Does it just do it for about 30 seconds? If so that is just the Brake controller ... it is suppose to make that noise.
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Default Problem with 2006 Brute Force 750.

The engine brake does a reset when you turn it off, but if it continues to cycle and not stop, your getting power from something grounded. Have you fixed the buss connecter on your BF yet?
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Default Problem with 2006 Brute Force 750.

The noise is constant and will not stop until I either put the key in the on position or pull the fuse. It would do it for hours if I would let it. The sound is kind of churping noise coming from the top of the belt housing.
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Default Problem with 2006 Brute Force 750.

How do I fix the buss connector?
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Default Problem with 2006 Brute Force 750.

I checked the buss connector and it is fine. I rode it today to try to figure it out and now it is hard to shift gears. It is hard to find neutral and I have to force it into reverse or high. ??????
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Default Problem with 2006 Brute Force 750.

The motor in your engine brake is definately malfuntioning. You could probably unplug the 6 pin connector going to it instead of pulling the fuse to kill the power. I'm thinking that the reason it's so hard to shift is beacause your primary is free spinning. Is your meter/display flashing back and forth from 2wd to 4wd at any time interval? They usually do when with a malfuntion code when something goes wrong with the KEBC.

You removed the rear plastic and there was no corrosion in the 4 white wires or the 4 brown wires? The white wires are usually ate up with corrosion and can cause the problem your having. On the 2006, the black/yellow wires are seperate and you don't need to worry about them. You need to rule out 3 things, 1. the buss connector, 2. the actuator controller box under the seat that controls the engine brake and the rest of the actuator control system and 3. the engine brake itself.
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Default Problem with 2006 Brute Force 750.

im having this same problem on a 2007 650i with 200 miles !@#!@#$@#$ bought it as a program model so no warranty, now i know why, ive only had it for 3 weeks. any ideas where to start?
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