Question about 1986 Yamaha FZ 750 TV (Europe)
It is common for these to trip when layed over and the contact inside to stick and not re-set. It is a sliding wieght on a curved metal bar. When it slides too far to either side, it completes a ground circuit and kills your fuel pump. Dirt and crud can hold the slider in that postion even after the bike is stood back up. You might want to have a look at that. It lives under the seat on the right-hand side, I believe.... but don't quote me on that.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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