Question about 2001 Suzuki AN 400 Burgman
Burgman AN400 (2001). Operating light, indicators or brakes causes engine misfire. Seems to be an intermittent wiring problem.
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Initially, check / clean the connectors of the charging system; from stator to rectifier/regulator combo to battery. Preliminary suspect would be undercharging hence any additional electrical load robs the ignition power causing the misfire..
Offhand, use a voltmeter to test idling voltage and charging voltage. Postback results.
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