Question about 2007 Suzuki Boulevard
Do not run the motorcycle with out oil pressure. Fortunately, most of the time it is the oil pressure sender that is the problem. Locate the sender underneath the motor toward the front (single wire $28) and replace it with a new one. This should solve the problem. If it does not you may have to dig deeper and replace the oil pump ($125)or find the source of the oil leak. On the rare chance that the pressure relief valve is stuck open ($40). As always start with the cheap items. If you drove it home with the oil light and the cycle still runs OK then you probably just need a new sender.
Posted on Apr 11, 2011
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