20 Most Recent 2013 Suzuki Boulevard C90T Questions & Answers

lift tank to gain access.. join volusiariders.com someone there will help and theres a pile of files for you in the files section

2013 Suzuki... | Answered on Dec 16, 2014

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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2013 Suzuki... | Answered on Jul 03, 2014

stuck float or electric problem suzuki seems to be having alot of electril problems i am seeing a pattern check for factory recalls also i would complain to the manifactor they are not building them like they use to just a observation

Suzuki Boulevard... | Answered on Dec 19, 2020

starter or starting problem, if starter, bd connection, worn bushes.

Suzuki Boulevard... | Answered on Nov 06, 2017

F1 means check for a fault code, you have to put a wire between the white plug terminals.

Suzuki Boulevard... | Answered on Apr 14, 2017

clean the battery terminals with a wire brush and tighten the connections up snug

Suzuki Boulevard... | Answered on Aug 25, 2015

on what bike mate, you need to be more descriptive, READ WORKSHOP MANUAL ON TESTING F1 LIGHT, THERE is a way to check the fault codes, but I recon it will come up 00

Suzuki Boulevard... | Answered on Apr 24, 2015

Forks on a motorcycle are usually comprised of springs, oil, and valves. Some have the option for air, some are nitrogen charged. Some also have adjustments for preload and rebound. Best bet is grab an owners manual to be sure which type you have and go from there. If yours are pressurized with air or nitrogen, check the pressure to see if it is within factory specifications. If not adjust accordingly. *WARNING* Many of these style are easily damaged from too much air pressure say from that of an air compressor like those used for automotive tools. If you need to add pressure, the safest bet is to use a simple hand/foot operated pump similar to those used for a bicycle. You may also call your local Suzuki dealer and ask if they have a lighter spring for the forks. Swapping these can be done DIY with patience and proper tools or imagination with other tools you may already have. One last option is to replace the oil as it maybe time for it to be serviced and just fresh oil may do the trick, that is if the bike when you got it originally felt better than now. I wish you the best of luck with your bike and safe riding from a fellow rider.

Suzuki Boulevard... | Answered on Oct 16, 2013

The problem is more likely to be ignition related. And yes, they do have a fuel filter. Usually in the fuel tap, but sometimes in the fuel line as well. Fuel starvation would not cause the symptoms as you describe them. A misfire would, you would get unburned fuel in the exhaust and it would then be ignited by the next fire stroke going into the exhaust. The fault could be something as simple as a failing spark plug or lead.

Suzuki Boulevard... | Answered on May 22, 2013

Replace regulator/rectifier

Suzuki Boulevard... | Answered on Oct 22, 2012

It takes a very fresh battery to start those bikes, possibly the battery you traded to use wasnt in its prime either, also if you have a charging issue then the same thing will happen, check your stator and voltage regulator for problems.

Suzuki Boulevard... | Answered on Jun 10, 2011

Many times a common cause the rebound dampening of the forks them selves. Forks have large springs internally as well as tubes with various holes the restrict the fluid flow. When you carry your front wheel or pop a wheelie the springs immediately pop the forks to the max extended position and make a metallic clunk. Check your owners manual for correct fork fluid viscosity and volumne. Replace and set correctly.
Check for cable guides that may interfere with fork travel. They may have to be repositioned.
Your front fender may have loose fasteners and the bracket between the tire and the fender is clanking.
Keep on riding,

Suzuki Boulevard... | Answered on Jun 03, 2011

Remove the right side cover and remove the the liner for the tool kit. This will expose the shock, Use the tool provided in the tool kit to adjust the nut up or down below the spring. Up for more preload, down for less. Its esier if you use a pipe on the end of the tool for leverage as there's not much room to work with.

Suzuki Boulevard... | Answered on Jun 01, 2011

  • One of two or both things are happening.
  1. That starter relay is stuck closed and your hearing the voltage arc in the relay. Replace the relay.
  2. But first before replacing the relay check the battery for proper voltage. If you arched that battery you may have ruined it. Should read 12 volts. If not charge it a bit and give another try. An auto parts store can give it a load teat for free and tell you if it is bad despite voltage as 12 volts does not always = good battery.
  3. So first check the battery voltage with a multi-meter. Then take the battery to have it tested. This will prevent buying a relay that may not be be necessary. If the battery tests good both ways then the relay must be replaced.

Regards, Tony

Suzuki Boulevard... | Answered on May 29, 2011

First check all the conections on and around the regulator rectifier, also alternator, disconect the rectifier, carefully observe the unit for corrosion, and visible damage to the unit like burning to the rear bakalite construction, and the three yellow wires on the unit, the three yellow wires come from the alternator, converting the ac voltage to dc charging the battery via red wire, check the alternator output on the three yellows with the engine running they should all be around the same voltage,

Suzuki Boulevard... | Answered on May 03, 2011

Hello. It sounds like your transmission fluid is a wee bit low. Check that out.

Suzuki Boulevard... | Answered on Oct 17, 2010

Be sure you have a clean air filter and the stock spark plugs for your bike. Installing a fresh set would be a good idea as carbon buildup on the insulator cone can rob some of the spark. Give the throttle a rapid single full twist then hit the start button. Hope this helps.

Suzuki Boulevard... | Answered on Sep 16, 2010

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