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1999 intruder VL1500LC having trouble starting. Heat related. Ignition switch goes completely dead after an extended run in the heat. when I stop for any reason and cut off engine, it will not restart until after a 2 hour cooling period. In the evening when it is cool, I have NO problem stopping, killing engine and restarting.

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Mine did that only once, I also had to wait a while. It has not repeat the problem, but found that using regular gas makes the bike run cooler. Try that!

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