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I recently purchased a 2006 suzuki boulevard and it just started to make a strange intermitted "crying / moaning like cat" sound when it is just parked -not running. What could that be??

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My bike makes a noise like that especially after a ride , on mine its the fuel vapour either escaping or drawing air in from the fuel cap seal

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