Question about 2005 Suzuki SV 1000 S
Since a couple of days ago my Suzuki started to have a short circuit which is creating a lot of problems. When I turn the starter key on and I try to switch on the bike either the front panel doesn't light or, if it lights on, it goes off as soon as I try to start the bike with the classical noice of a short circuit. I noticed that, if I turn the stearing bar completely to the right, I can light the panel on and even start the bike but, after driving it for a while, the red led of the front panel goes on and the bike switch off. Any suggestion? Many thanks. Giuseppe Semenza - Italian Consulate General Shanghai
You will need to remove the front fairing and locate the loose connection or bare wire,Once fairing is removed,you can locate by turning the power on and touching each connector until the power comes on or goes off,Then just fix the loose connection or bare wire without removing anything else.
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Posted on Jan 29, 2009
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