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breather goes to floor, might have a return from throttle bodies, fuel line goes to throttle bodies, just check by pulling them off fuel on, use old rag to catch fuel. no smoking when doing this. ;-)

2002 Suzuki GSF... | Answered on Nov 06, 2017


Seen a similar problem to this recently, next time it happens put the bike in gear and rock it back and fourth a couple of times, if the starter then works, i would check the brusshes in the starter motor,

2002 Suzuki GSF... | Answered on Nov 19, 2011


if the clips which hold the fuse are loose a high restistance is created and heat in generated,,is the starter moater spinning okay if not might be drawing excesive current and fuse cant take it look along those paths check main bat leads are tight

2002 Suzuki GSF... | Answered on Jul 07, 2010


has the bike been stood for a while>...if so sounds like pilot jets have some muck/.dirt in them...you need to clean carbs & take jets out to make sure there are clear..(holes up middle of them are clear of obstructions!!)

2002 Suzuki GSF... | Answered on Feb 12, 2010


SOUNDS LIKE FULE STARVATION CHECK CARB AND FULE LINES.

2002 Suzuki GSF... | Answered on Oct 23, 2009


It is not going to happen. You have 150cc's less. You also don't have a fairing to part the wind cleanly

2002 Suzuki GSF... | Answered on Oct 05, 2009


Your battery is dead, the extra draw when trying to start is pulling the wattage so low that your clock is resetting. It will run fine until the battery goes dry and then lightbulbs will all go out and you'll blow your rectifier/regulator. Replace or refill and charg your battery and you'll be good to go.

2002 Suzuki GSF... | Answered on May 29, 2009


if its only on 1 cyclinder and your sure the carb and sparks ok then the next step is to do a compression test to see if the fault lies with the engine, i.e. valves, rings etc,

Suzuki GSF 600 N... | Answered on Feb 21, 2013


did you change the carb jets to match the k&n's and exhaust, do the k&n's get wet, restricting air flow

Suzuki GSF 600 N... | Answered on Feb 20, 2013


maybe your fuse break. check your fuse beside your battery, there should be a 10amp fuse.

Suzuki GSF 600 N... | Answered on Jul 15, 2012


This may take a few days, Look for a produce called "PB Blaster". This is the best penetrating oil to use on dissimilar metals where corrosion happens worse. Spray and try to tap the pin with a hammer and punch. Spray and tap, wait, spray, tap, wait. If you can get a grip on it with pliers try and turn a bit left/right just a small amount ether way. Work in small steps, work slow, have patience with it, getting in a hurry is when folks cause damage, make things worse.

Suzuki GSF 600 N... | Answered on Jun 25, 2011


Make sure the battery has a good charge on it.
If it does, check the clutch, neutral and kickstand safety interlock switches.
One of the safeties is possibly disconnected or stuck.

Suzuki GSF 600 N... | Answered on Jun 24, 2011


It is not uncommon for discs including car discs after changing pads for the disc to squeel.

Because the disc will inevitably wear with use, the old brake pad that causes the wear will also be worn to fit perfectly to the wear on the disc as at engages, whereby grooves in the disc that are formed will be identically paired to that on the brake pad.

Squeeling is also common for old pads, as well as poor quality badly manufactured cheap pads, or excessive use of brake pads - where they get burnt and are too hard against the disc or dust fibres from the brake pad get caught within pad and disc. It could even be a combination of these that causes squeeling.

When you change the pads which are now new and being smooth and unworn they do not mate up anymore with the groove marks created from the wear of the old pads. The discs when brake pressure is applied will always vibrate to some extent, even on new bikes, however if imperfections exist such as the fact there is no wear marks from new pads rubbing against the old disc with its worn imperfections or even improper fitting etc occurs - they will sing in a high pitched squeel at certain speeds, even with good quality pads.

Other than ensuring all items are set up correctly, get a good quality brake pad and if it continues squeeling consider replacing the disc rotar itself or get the old one machined by a mechanic shop to be smooth again.

Suzuki GSF 600 N... | Answered on Jun 02, 2011


The most likely fault is that the ignition switch is not working. If you have a manual you could disconnect the switch and try to link the "on" pins. this will either prove the a faulty switch of eliminate it. You don't say what the bike is or if it has an imobilise. This last may be your problem if it has one.

Sorry I couldn't be more specific. This should at least give you a starting point.

Suzuki GSF 600 N... | Answered on Apr 07, 2011


the best thing to do is buy a repair book online for troublshoot details-cause Im not understandin statement

Suzuki GSF 600 N... | Answered on Apr 05, 2011


It depends on what the model and year is.

Suzuki GSF 600 N... | Answered on Mar 14, 2011

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