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    Posted: 13 Nov 2017 at 16:22
Hello Guys,

I need your support in solving my Guzzi Norge 1200 refusal to start. This is the background.
During a ride I first experienced the bike going off and refusing to start, checked the fuse box, I saw that the Fuse B (15Amp) is blown, replaced with same rating, bike cranked easily got home unsure why it happened The next time it occurred, it happened in not so good place, but same fuse, but it kept blowning the 15Amp, till u used a 25Amps, it cranked got home, turned off, I then replace with actual rating and everything went just fine.
Fast forward, This morning about embark on trip, turned the key and the red light showed, went into the diagnostic it see it's the ECU 44 (Active) and never responded to startup , but I get the under tank click, and fuel pump is active.  Did some couple of troubleshooting, clean terminals, etc, now I see the error clears (everything looking good to startup Smile) but when I press the start button the error ECU 44 returns Confused. Please I need your experience on how get this baby back on the road. Thanks.
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Here are the error codes:

Error relay starter C.C. Vcc ECU 44

I'm guessing the 15 Amp fuse is for starter solenoid; only going by what's been posted, here and elsewhere, some of the new type starter motors can develop a fault where it draws too much current and blows the fuse. One possible reason may be the solenoid and sliding pinion are "sticky" and need cleaning and lubricating. Only guessing mind you.

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