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MY 98 TL1000R STARTS FOR A SEC THEN DIES

BEFOR IT DID THIS I WOULD ROLL THE TWIST IT ON AND IT WOULD FALL ON ITS FACE

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TL,s suffered from faulty fuel pumps, they also ran out of fuel just as the yellow light came on. also had problems with corrosion in the tilt sensor under the seat. this is a small square black box in a rubber hanger.If you remove this, make sure it goes back the right way up.

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