First, can you qualify what you mean by no start:
It cranks, but does not fire?
It will not crank?
Originally Posted by anthonymeyer_9
.... My ground block is the updated blue one.....
Blue does not necessarily mean the latest - the latest has an additional ground wire/lug connected directly off the 'block' to the Battery -ve - that extra ground wire beyond the main lug on the battery, is a better indicator.
But regardless, check it for burning
Old one - blue (cover), yet burnt
Latest type - note the battery wire/lug
.... I hooked an obdII reader up and it seems my ECU is not getting power.....
The ECM must be getting power if you hear the Fuel Pump prime - it gets drive to pump relay directly from the ECM
...I could not find a tip-over sensor, the alarm has been taken off and pins 1and 2 and 3-5 have been bypassed.
No TOS on your bike
The alarm bypass may be the problem - on your bike only 1 & 2 should be bridged
- to confirm your model - does it have a single strip connector ECM (MC2000) or dual plug connectors (MC1000) ?
If the former, definitely should not have the 3-5 connected - most likely blow fuse 4 if horn button was pressed.
If the latter, the bypass plug would be correct - but also mean that you have an 00-01 model!
(However if you have a ground black, cannot be 00-01)
... everything leads back to the ECU especially once I hook up the OBDII reader up it does not recognize it. ....
The diagnostic port has 12V on pin 16 - that comes off Fuse 8, however same Fuse as Main Power Relay & Fuel Pump Relay, so must be good. (since you say Fuel Pump runs, the ECM must
be being powered)
Not all OBD readers will work - it should have Audi/VW protocol in order to work. Manually select this if it will not auto-select (assuming it has the VAG COM to begin with)
You need to get to basics & see what is missing, Fuel or Spark.
The fuel pump relay not only supplies the pump, but also the positive voltage to the Coils - the FP relay only turns on initially for 3 secs (to prime) then turns off; when the engine cranks, the CPS pulses then re-initiate the pump relay (and so also supplies the coil voltage)
Pull a coil and insert spark plug & check for spark when cranking;
or before that, try spraying starter fluid into TB's and see if you can attempted fire; if so, look at fuel delivery - if not, pull plug & check for spark