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A constant beep from the fuel tank or fuel pump??

I brought a kawasaki er-6f but noticed that there is constant beep coming from the fuel tank or pump?? the bike is new is this noise gunna last for ever?

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That is the fuel tank venting, what happens is there are little valves in the cap that are part of the vent system, they are little reed valves and what you are hearing is them vibrating, it usually gets better, if not you might think about replacing the cap. It will not do anything except drive you crazy at times.

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