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2004 Suzuki VS... | Answered on Mar 11, 2019


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2004 Suzuki VS... | Answered on Feb 18, 2019


Hi, Michael and the usual suspects are:
1. Inlet system air leak.
2. Enrichener valve not seated or leaking.
3. Damaged or restricted fuel tank vent system.
4. Restricted fuel supply tract.
5. Dirty or damaged air cleaner element.
6. Plugged bowl vent or overflow.
7. Worn or damaged needle or needle jet.
8. Vacuum piston assembly malfunction.
9. Loose or plugged main jets or passages.
10. Improper float level.
11. Accelerator pumps inoperative.
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2004 Suzuki VS... | Answered on Nov 27, 2016


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2004 Suzuki VS... | Answered on Oct 03, 2015


Hi

your cycle is quite different from a car in that the engine and trans(gears) are combined..so the same fluid lubricates and cools the bike....

being a v-twinn there are good oils out there today and much more inexpensive than before...
in fact many local auto stores and even discount stores have cycle oil...just make certain you get a quality brand like: valvoline,mobil,castrol and for your twinn i'd try a good 20w50.....check your manual for quantity and change the filter as well...some stores are even stocking cycle filters....

good kuck and safe riding

2004 Suzuki VS... | Answered on Aug 14, 2015


have you checked all your ground wires for good connections the coils and checked the stater

2004 Suzuki VS... | Answered on Jul 09, 2015


Check connections. Use volt meter to check if's getting power. If no power, check the fuse for the fuel pump. Could be a "fuel pump relay" if no power to the pump. Does it make any sound? If no sound, possible bad filter, or possibly bad fuel pump.

2004 Suzuki VS... | Answered on Jan 20, 2015


I'd bet a bad switch. You may be able to squirt wd-40 in the key opening, but disconnect the battery, operate the switch many times.
Hopefully, the wd-40 will lubricate the switch and remove water and corrosion to the point of allowing to operate. Wd-40 is flammable, so wait for several hrs before reconnecting the battery and trying again to see if it operates properly. Otherwise, if it isn't working, you probably need a new switch. Double check your connections to and from the switch to make sure you have good connections.

2004 Suzuki VS... | Answered on Jan 20, 2015


You have a short circuit in the positive wire somewhere between the fuse box and the light. It apparently has a break in the insulation or a bare spot where the insulation has worn through allowing it to ground out somewhere along the way. The most likely point of damage is at the front fork.

2004 Suzuki VS... | Answered on Nov 03, 2014


Hi ...... Find where the battery is, under the seat or behind a side panel. Disconnect the black (negative lead usually with a 10mm spanner then disconect the red (positive) lead. The battery will be held in place with a 'rubber' strap or a bracket and depending on type of battery there may be a vent hose from the battery to the lower half of the bike, this just pulls off and remains in place until you replace the battery. Installation is reverse except you connect red (positive) first.
Let us know how you get on.

2004 Suzuki VS... | Answered on May 20, 2014


Hello, check your fuel filter, tank, hoses for presence of water.
That's the most common problem, condens water freezing and thus clogging the fuel flow...

2004 Suzuki VS... | Answered on May 08, 2014


Insert your ignition key into lock and turn counterclockwise, raise the rear-end slide seat backward. That should do it.

2004 Suzuki VS... | Answered on Mar 05, 2013


Some of these have a turn on the ignition key that is just before the Acc that triggers a lock so the seat can be removed.
Regards,
Alex

2004 Suzuki VS... | Answered on Jan 02, 2012


May not be getting enough fuel, check the filtre in the fuel tank, remove fuel ****,(fuel on/ fuel off/ reserve).( has rubber o ring type gasket), could also be a kink in the fuel line, check or replace spark plug's, you also may need to test your fuel pump with meter, check out intruder alert cafe, lot's of good advice there.

2004 Suzuki VS... | Answered on Nov 18, 2011


Yes, the oil reservior separates from the wheel assembly. Here is the whole process for removing the rear wheel assembly. In order to remove the rear wheel assembly, you are going to need a motorcycle lifting jack stand or similar device.

1. Stand the bike on the side stand

On the left side of the rear wheel:

2. Remove the two forward facing bolts.
3. Remove the allen head bolt with the wide head.

On the right side of the rear wheel:

4. Remove the brake adjuster nut on the end of the actuating lever.
5. Remove the Toque link nut at the bottom of the wheel assembly.
6. Remove the axle nut (castle nut and cotter pin). Move aside the now loose plastic former on the left side of the bike and remove the axle from that side. You will need to hold the castle nut while loosening the axle.

7. Place the motorcycle jack under the swing arm or chassis tubes to stabilize the rear end. Lift the motorcycle until the rear tire is just off the ground.
8. Remove the axle. When you remove the axle, the spacer under the left side cover will probably fall out.
9. Remove the three cap nuts (left side) and use a screwdriver to gently pry the wheel from the splined drive gear and place the wheel assembly on the ground.
10. Pull the wheel assembly rearward.


Reverse the process to replace the wheel.
Check the level of the final drive oil and fill as needed with SAE90 hypoid gear oil with a GL-5 rating. While you have everything apart, you should also check the brake pads and wheel bearings for wear and replace if necessary. God Bless and good luck!

2004 Suzuki VS... | Answered on Jun 01, 2011


Hesitation, poor throttle, cutting out frequently.

2004 Suzuki VS... | Answered on Dec 24, 2010


check the neutral safety switch. usually a single wire going into your transmission and near the shift lever.

2004 Suzuki VS... | Answered on Oct 15, 2010


there are 2 bolts under the front area of the forward seat each side remove the 2 bolts lift the seat and forward to remove,then you will see 2 more bolts for the rear seat remove them slide the seat forward and remove it.

2004 Suzuki VS... | Answered on May 11, 2010


How are the fuses are they all good? Afterward check indivdual bulbs for shorts. Good enough?

2004 Suzuki VS... | Answered on May 04, 2010

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