Question about Motorcycles
The fairing on my Suzuki GSX1250FA motorcycle is coming apart on the top right side. Issue in on the inside. It looks like it needs to be snapped back into place, but if I try it does not stay shut tight. It comes apart again. Any ideas? Mark
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There usually are additional fasteners that can be found when the headlight assembly is removed, I have an older model and there are four nuts on studs that are attached to the outer fairing tightend onto a frame work between the two halves. Once these are loosened the front assembly slides forward.
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
SOURCE: engine problems
Your problem is a top end gasket. Simple as that. Its an easy fix. Just buy a top end gasket set. I fix these all the time. Your not going to get the milky color the other guy stated cause you don't have any water to deal with, air cooled...DUH.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
There are three most likely cases. The sensor/switch may be bad, it may be stuck, or the spring that actuates the sensor/switch may be broken when the rear brake is applied. In my case, the spring was broken.
Posted on Jul 15, 2012
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