Question about 1980 Suzuki Gs 550 L
1985 Gs 450 L
It's most likely the sending switch. I'm not familiar with that specific type, try seeing if it's a mechanical or electric switch. If it's mechanical you can try loosening it up with some WD40 it might just be junked up and sticking. If it's electric just find a replacement. The only other normal reason would be a short in the line/switch, but it's most likely the sensor itself.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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