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What can keep a Burgman from starting.

Chec alarm is on. Kill switch is in the run position. Two main fuses are good. Battery is charged. Temp gage reads hot even before starting

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This problem is almost 85% your kick stand switch..if it were your center stand it would start but wouldn't get over 20 much like if ya held a standard in 1st gear.. Take a pair of pliers and some w-d 40 put it on the center stand and move your kickstand back and forth if you don't see the little brass piece coming out and going back , pull it out with your pliers and spray the hell out of it..

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Chack also tip-off sensor
and sidestand sensor
mostly sidestand gets dirty by the oil from the chain
check these and I guess you ll be fine

Posted on Aug 15, 2014

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SOURCE: Burgman AN 250 sccoter - battery fully charged, but no lpower

the cdi unit needs replacing

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SOURCE: Burgman AN 250 sccoter - battery fully charged, but no power

Have you checked the fuse box yet?

Posted on Jan 29, 2009

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SOURCE: burgman 250 will not start

Ck fuses and wire connections first. If no problem seen, get bike running and disconnect the ground cable @ battery. If bike dies the problem generally is in the stator or regulator assembly not keeping battery charged. Bike will run untill the battery is too low to keep the ignition system energized and the bike will die. If it continues running w/the ground disconnected, the battery could have a dead cell which will drain the battery in a very short time whether it is running or not.

Posted on May 03, 2009

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SOURCE: just bought a 2001 vs800 intruder,got it home and will not start

If you're getting no lights then it is either the ignition switch or the battery is not making connection. Check the battery with a multi-meter. Check the fusebox with a multi-meter, any power to any fuses there with key on?

Posted on Jun 16, 2009

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SOURCE: hi, i have a 99 suzuki hayabusa, engine is turning

You would be best to visit a good reliable mechanic, the bike not starting is one thing but the temp gauge is another and you could have a serious short, better safe than sorry

Posted on Mar 23, 2010

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