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2007 bergman 400 suzuki scooter cranks but does not start. Battery loses power after about 5 seconds of cranking. I tried giving it some throttle but that didn't help. I am charging the battery again....

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If your battery is losing power on a Suzuki Burgman 400, make sure the light under the saddle is switched OFF! Common error, also make sure you do not leave your parking lights on. When you lock the bike, check that you didnot turn it too far to the left? as thats how the rear parking lights come on. Suffice to say anything else, like phone chargers or trackers, satnav that may be going via the 12V point in the dashboard will drain your bike !

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Sounds like youre battery is faulty .take battery to be load tested

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ever do the 60k tuneup on the engine? with timing belt, per operator guide?
if not BOOM !

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own a voltmeter?
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i think you meant?
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