Hi All, Not having a fun time at the moment. After struggling to replace the rear wheel bearing on my 996, I eventually get her back together ready for a re-MOT. Headed up to the village to leave it at my local garage, and half way there she cut out! The fuel light was on, and fortunately I'd *just* passed a petrol station (when does that ever happen) and pushed the old girl back for some fuel. Filled up, paid, and went to drive on. Hit the starter and she fired up immediately, but while pushing it back from the pump she cut out. Dead! Would crank forever but not even offering. I'm thinking ... airlock in the system somewhere or crap from the bottom of the tank. You could smell fuel on the exhaust whilst cranking, and the local mechanic came to my rescue with some easy start to see if we could coax her into life. Starting ok on the easy start but would not run on. Pushed it half a mile to the MOT garage. Feck! Passed the MOT as it was a re-test and the mechanic only had to check the wheel bearing. Went back tonight to try and work out what was wrong. Ignition on, could hear the pump whir .... and bike started first time. Didn't last for long though and cut out after a few revs. Lifted the tank, and notice that one of the quick fit fuel connectors had come adrift (White one, not sure if it's send or return). Refitted it and dropped the tank back down. Tried to restart and nothing. On checking I now find that the fuel pump is not priming when the ignition is turned on. You can hear the relay click under the seat, but no pump! Guess that's why she's not running!! Any clues guys? I've checked for loose connectors or rubbed wiring, all looks ok. The pump is obviously not bad as it *was* whirring when I first turned on the ignition. The relay must be good for the same reason. Any help or suggestions appreciated! I'm stumped!! Cheers, Ripface.