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Speedo failure on my Burgman 400 (2000)

The speedometer on my Burgman 400 has stopped working. Can someone please advise if this is a cable operated speedo or is it measured electronically. The year of the machine is 2000 (W) and it has served me faithfully without fault up to now.

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  • brit_fan Jul 10, 2009

    I now have mine fixed but had to order the part from my local bike shop. It was not very expensive (£30 UK)and it took 10 minutes to fit. I hope you get it sorted.

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I had the same problem, the speedo is magnetic and it is inside the front wheel bearing, usualy when dirt goes in it brakes it so
I had to replace the magneto ring and it worked perfect. I went to a private suzuki parts provider and he ordered it for me for £15.00
replaced it myself, just take the wheel out and remove the old ring, clean, then put the new one.

but it could be that your speedo cable is bad, or dashboard is bad

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Hi, the speed sensor on my 99 400cc burgman has stopped working, where can i get another sensor at a resonable price?

Thanks.

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