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I can ride the bike but cut off about a mile gets and it want to cut off

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Hows it idle? could it be flooding its self out? is it getting hot or even getting to the right motor temp?

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Battery draining on suzuki S83 boulevard - can ride it for a couple of hours then it just cuts out


Sounds like you need to check the generator and charging circuit.

The bike will start and run on the battery alone until it is drained.

Once a bike has been started the battery power is taken over by the generators power this also replenishes the power lost in the battery when the bike is initially started. If the generator does not generate power the bike will continue to us the power from the battery until it is exhausted and will therefore stop.
A simple test is to turn the bike ignition on and turn the headlamp on (check the brightness of the lamp) Start the bike and re check the brightness of the head lamp, it should be a little brighter if the generator is working. Another test is carried out with the use of a voltage tester (multi meter). Set on dc volts test the batteries voltage eg 12vdc, start the bike and re test the voltage should be around 13 - 14v dc if the charging circuit is working

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Engine cuts out


Try this. When you get to work leave the bike running and turn the fuel selector knob to off and let it run til it cuts off. It will drain the fuel from the carbs and trap the rest in the tank. It removes the air bubble in the lines problem so when you get ready to leave, switch the fuel on and wait a few minutes then crank her up and ride.

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2001 Electraglide w/ 47,986 miles. All was well, went on a 190 mile ride and bike stalled once at a light. All was well for the ride around town afterwards. Return ride home 5 hours later and about...


There could be a number of things going on here. First check your oil level if it is lower than normal you could have a sumping issue going on here. Next is to pull your air filter off so you can see your injectors, turn the ignition on and off 5 or 6 times to make sure your injectors are not leaking. While you have the air filter off look inside the throttle body with the trottle plate open and see if the IAC pintle is moving in and out when you turn the ignition on and off.This only controls cold ilde. If all is good you will have to reset the TPS.

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I have petrol leaking out of the bottom of my bike but the bike hasn't cut out ??


Let me get ths straight, there is petrol leaking out of your bike, more or less between your legs and you are still riding it??? STOP, if you have no concern for yourself, consider othrs around you. Dont ride this motorcycle until you find and repair the problem. I would suspect a vent or fuel line but it could be the carb over flow or a hole in the tank. Please get it fixed before you ride again.

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Bike keeps cutting out when changing down to lower gear, junctions, roundabouts ect, warm bike up before ride, happens after about 5/6 miles, had bike about 6mths been fine upto 2 weeks ago


carb needs cleanin or overhaul--choke is dirty and jets also--howevr they mite just need ajustn-but let a pro doit cause engine damage cud occur

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Bike cuts out when taking off and engine management light comes on


fuel air is my first thoughts

  • NOTE: A rich problem gets worse as the engine heats up.

  • NOTE: A lean problem gets better as the engine heats up.

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I ride about 10 miles then my electronics start to cut out


Check the cam pickup on the nose cone on the right side of your engine. With time, they go bad because of all the heat cycles they go thru. Works fine when the bike is cool, but when it heats up, the bike cuts out and runs bad and the speedo will jump around. If this is the problem, after you replace it, the bike will need to be timed.

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No fuel to carb, I think..


Its seems the the gas is not entering the carburator.
Sometimes if theres water in the gas (since you had filled her up ) one experiences same symptons.
Best would be to clean the carburator but first check the petc o c k if it is allowing full flow of the gas to the carb.

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Killing batteries


yes and yes. check with your local honda dealler for a possible free replacement.

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