Question about 2000 Suzuki TL 1000 R
Check fuses, if ok use a test light or voltmeter to verify voltage at the horn connection. If power is reaching it and it has a good ground you need a new horn.
Posted on Apr 02, 2015
Buy a new one, test with a light or voltage tester, oand if power has the horn got a nut on the front turn to tune it with button in
Posted on Apr 02, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would look at the safety cut out system. (Clutch switch, side stand switch, neutral switch and the starter switch). next look at the starter relay.
Posted on May 27, 2009
FI = Fuel Injection. The FI computer is telling you that it has detected a problem and the code for that problem is "C13". Telephone your dealer and ask what that code C13 indicates is wrong. Then you can determine if you want to try the fix, i.e. "clean the air filter", or if the shop must do it, i.e. "# 3 injector is restricted".
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Posted on Jun 14, 2009
Is the engine not turning over? If it doesn't even turn over, and you already pulled the starter to test it, then it would probably be the selinoid or just a bad ground on the selinoid or the starter. Sometimes, if you take a screwdriver and touch it across the post on the starter selinoid, it will clear the ground and then work fine (make sure not to touch the metal part of the screwdriver when you do it, it will hurt badly). If the engine is already turning over, but doesn't start, let me know and I will give you some other ideas.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
SOURCE: suzuki tl 1000 electric problems
OK, the first thing to do is check your fuse box for blown ignition fuse all motors in order to run must have fuel, air, fire, oil to operate. Since this bike was setting up for four months I recommend changing the oil and filters, empty and flush the gas tank remove any rust if present, your carburators will need servicing, empty and clean the bowls replace gaskets clean your jets, charge your battery replace it needed. Check your charging system (ie stator.) for proper voltage output replace if needed. check Automatic timing unit at the chank shaft on lower right side of the bike. this is needed for impulse signal to be sent to the coils to firng in seqence. If no fire at the spark plug the problem is either your ATU or your coils need replacing. Happy riding !!!
Posted on Mar 29, 2010
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