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Where is the reserve tank switch on a 2004 suzuki volusia 800??? cant find it!!!!!!!!

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There is no reserve switch on this model. When the last bar on your fuel gauge starts blinking, you have about 1 liter of fuel remaining.

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If its the same as the k5 (05) then there is no switch, just the light in the speedo cluster on the tank....

Posted on Oct 31, 2010

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    Ed Nelson Nov 04, 2010

    The VL800 ('01 to 2010) does not have a reserve tank.

    It's best to note your mileage to know when you are getting low on fuel.

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