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I HAVE A SUZUKI GSF650 BANDIT K6 PROBLEM, I'VE REMOVED THE FUEL TANK , AND WHEN I RE- ASSEMBLE IT IT SEEMS I MISS PLACED THE UNDER TABK WIRES , AND THE BIKE IS NOT WORKING !

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It just like you said...you'll have to take the tank, seat, and fairings back off and search everywhere for them..they'll be there, unless someone cut them off.....you might have to put in some extra time start at the rear and work forward..hope you find them.

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You need to register, but it's free. Don't know if they spam alot, but it might me a good idea to use some other e-mail account than your primary one.

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