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1986 sei 1200 goldwing It will start from ignition on,fuel pump runs for a few seconds,fuel light goes out,every thing normal-no LED diagnostic lights.When it starts it will run for about 3-5 seconds & stop.If I try to restart with out turning the ignition off & back on to reset & run the fuel pump again,it will not start.If I turn ignition off & back on to reset fuel pump for initial start up,it will start every time & run for about 3-5 seconds.

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Check the fuel filter it sounds like it's pluged and causing too much back presure this is causing an over load in the fuel pump causing it to stop working or to presure lock

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