Question about 1994 Suzuki VS 1400 Intruder
The same problem with my intruder. Make sure the battery is good. I mean really good. Good amps and voltage. I replaced mine and haven't had a problem since. Also make sure that the plug gap is right on both plugs. Replace and gap the plugs if need be. Check to make sure that the plug wires at the plugs are inserted as they should be . A lot of times when you pull the plug wires from the plugs they come loose. They screw onto the insulator. One day I was riding and lost power to one cylinder and reached down and grabbed the plug wire and got a jolt. I screwed the plug insulator back on and off I went. Make sure that the plug wires arn't grounding out to the frame at any point. If so replace the plug wires. This was another problem I found. Good luck and Ride Safe. David.
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
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