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PostSubject: Any info would help, Sv1000 Total Electrical Power Loss   Any info would help, Sv1000 Total Electrical Power Loss Icon_minitimeSat Sep 15, 2012 8:26 pm

We went out on the SV1000 for a bit of dinner today and as we joined the motorway I open the revs it started cutting out intermittently as though the kill switch had been flicked and the fi light and reserve light came on ? it did this for a couple of mile and just kept bump starting straight away, we rode to hollingworth lake on the A roads taking it easy with no further problems, on the way back I jumped on the motorway to wring it's neck for a couple of mile, I opened it up again and it started doing the same thing again, same principle as the Intruder so any idea's would be helpful guys. cheers

ps starts fine fi primes up same as before, battery is 9 years old but always been on optimate
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The problem I am having with this is, I can't work out why the reserve light would come on as that would presumably be linked to the float sensor. Otherwise I would have been saying you have a intermittent/minor blockage that needs a few strong dose of Redex. Also the tip sensor can cause the issue when faulty as well as the obvious pump fault. The ECU is also a possible cause, although they very rarely go down. Might sound silly but check and clean the side stand switch.
What you could do which might help is to find the dealer plug and loop a bit of wire from one port to another like the following photo's. Don't worry I have done this on many bikes and cars to bring up the fault code and it saves the rip of fee of about £15-£20 for a fault reader.
Any info would help, Sv1000 Total Electrical Power Loss M-109-specialtool-sm
Any info would help, Sv1000 Total Electrical Power Loss M-109-specialtool-plug-sm
Any info would help, Sv1000 Total Electrical Power Loss M-109-tool-plugged-in-sm

Now turn the ignition on but don't start the bike and the fault code should be displayed

Here is a link to the SV1000 service manual LINK
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Nice one cheers I'll look into those tomorrow Any info would help, Sv1000 Total Electrical Power Loss 433968
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Mr Intruder wrote:
The problem I am having with this is, I can't work out why the reserve light would come on as that would presumably be linked to the float sensor. Otherwise I would have been saying you have a intermittent/minor blockage that needs a few strong dose of Redex. Also the tip sensor can cause the issue when faulty as well as the obvious pump fault. The ECU is also a possible cause, although they very rarely go down. Might sound silly but check and clean the side stand switch.
What you could do which might help is to find the dealer plug and loop a bit of wire from one port to another like the following photo's. Don't worry I have done this on many bikes and cars to bring up the fault code and it saves the rip of fee of about £15-£20 for a fault reader.
Any info would help, Sv1000 Total Electrical Power Loss M-109-specialtool-sm
Any info would help, Sv1000 Total Electrical Power Loss M-109-specialtool-plug-sm
Any info would help, Sv1000 Total Electrical Power Loss M-109-tool-plugged-in-sm

Now turn the ignition on but don't start the bike and the fault code should be displayed

Here is a link to the SV1000 service manual LINK

The reserve light really does throw a spanner in the works as all the other lights come on during the check procedure which you would get under a stall and restart but the reserve light is not one of them I dont think. Very strange


ps. good tips Mr I, especialy the code reader bypass Any info would help, Sv1000 Total Electrical Power Loss 184121345
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Just been having a tinker with the bike and started fine , ran it for five mins then it cut out again I noticed this time that everything goes off ? a complete electrical failure ! I'm presuming the FI light a fuel lights came on before because it was bump starting without electric, I switched the ignition off and on again a few times before everything worked again then fired it up and it just kept repeating with everything going off intermittently, I've checked for loose connections around the battery area,fuses,ecu,solenoid and a few relays, It seems to be working fine at the moment (running for twenty mins or so without hiccup) is there anything that could cause this ?
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Bloody hell just been doing a search on this for you and I was shocked at how many people have had the same problem on these bikes. It is really common & mention of a green connector keeps coming up.

Have a look at this lot below just for starters Any info would help, Sv1000 Total Electrical Power Loss 249703
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  • Oct 03, 2011 - Florence, AL - Electrical System
    MY SUZUKI SV1000S HAS AN ELECTRICAL PROBLEM. I FIRST NOTICED THIS
    PROBLEM WHEN I ATTEMPTED TO START THE MOTORCYCLE IN MY GARAGE IN MAY OF
    2011. I TURNED THE SWITCH AND NOTHING CAME ON. I CHECKED THE BATTERY AND
    THERE WAS NO PROBLEM WITH IT. MYSTERIOUSLY, THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
    STARTED WORKING SEVERAL DAYS LATER. THIS HAS HAPPENED ABOUT 3 TIMES. ON
    09/26/2011, I WAS RIDING WITH MY 12-YEAR-OLD DAUGHTER ON A BUSY 2-LANE
    ROAD. IT WAS A BEAUTIFUL EVENING (5 PM, SUNNY, ABOUT 85 DEGREES). WE
    WERE APPROACHING A STOP SIGNAL (SPEED APPROXIMATELY 20 MPH). THE CLUTCH
    WAS ENGAGED AND I WAS LIGHTLY APPLYING FRONT AND REAR BRAKES. THE
    MOTORCYCLE LOST ALL ELECTRICAL POWER WHILE WE WERE STILL MOVING. AFTER A
    FEW MOMENTS, THE POWER WAS RESTORED AS MYSTERIOUSLY AS IT LEFT. PLEASE
    CHECK INTO THIS AS THERE HAS BEEN NUMEROUS COMPLAINTS ABOUT THIS TYPE OF
    INCIDENT POSTED ONLINE. THIS COULD HAVE CAUSED A SERIOUS ACCIDENT
    RESULTING IN INJURY OR THE LOSS OF LIFE.


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  • May 14, 2010 - Dickson, TN - Electrical System
    TOTAL LOSS OF ELECTRICAL POWER DUE TO A FAULTY CONNECTION BETWEEN
    THE IGNITION SWITCH TO THE MAIN IGNITION RELAY. THIS RESULTS IN LOSS OF
    LIGHTS, INSTRUMENTS, AND IGNITION POWER. THE ENGINE STALLS AND CAN
    EASILY CAUSE AN ACCIDENT AND INJURIES.


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  • Nov 23, 2009 - Powder Springs, GA - Electrical System
    CONNECTOR FROM THE IGNITION SWITCH TO WIRING HARNESS OVERHEATED AND
    THE CONNECTOR NO LONGER HELP THE WIRES TOGETHER FOR THE IGNITION. TURN
    THE KEY - NO POWER AT ALL TO THE BIKE. I HAVE READ ABOUT DOZENS OF
    RIDERS THIS HAS HAPPENED TO, SOME HAVE HAD ACCIDENTS AS A RESULT.
    LUCKILY I WASN'T IN MOTION WHEN THE POWER GAVE OUT.


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  • Jan 04, 2009 - Mountain City, TN - Electrical System
    2003 SUZUKI SV1000, WILL NOT START, NO ELECTRIC AT ALL. MUST TAKE
    OFF SEAT & MOVE WIRES, THEN WILL START, IT DOES THIS EVERY TIME I
    TURN IT OFF. HAVE READ MANY POSTS ABOUT THE "GREEN CONNECTOR" MANY
    OTHERS HAVING THE SAME PROBLEM.


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  • Aug 28, 2008 - Quincy, MA - Electrical System
    ELECTRICAL HARNESS ON MY BIKE (SV1000S 2003) WENT BAD AND NO POWER IS GOING TO ANYTHING.


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  • Apr 19, 2008 - Ephrata, PA - Wiring
    2003 SV1000S LOST ALL ELECTRICAL POWER DUE TO A FAULTY GREEN
    IGNITION CONNECTOR LOCATED IN FRONT OF THE AIRBOX. THE GREEN CONNECTOR
    MELTED AT THE POSITIVE WIRE CAUSING LOSS OF ELECTRICAL POWER. HARD WIRED
    IT WITH SOLDER AND SHRINK TUBING SINCE I DON'T PLAN ON REMOVING THE
    IGNITION ANY TIME SOON.


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  • Apr 12, 2008 - San Antonio, TX - Wiring
    FOR THE SECOND TIME, THE GREEN CONNECTOR CONNECTING THE IGNITION TO
    THE WIRING HARNESS HAS FAULTED, PREVENTING THE MOTORCYCLE FROM RUNNING.
    LET ME REPEAT, THE SECOND TIME. I HAD THE IGNITION REPLACED, AND TWO
    MONTHS LATER IT HAPPENED AGAIN.


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  • Apr 12, 2008 - San Antonio, TX - Electrical System
    FOR THE SECOND TIME, THE GREEN CONNECTOR CONNECTING THE IGNITION TO
    THE WIRING HARNESS HAS FAULTED, PREVENTING THE MOTORCYCLE FROM RUNNING.
    LET ME REPEAT, THE SECOND TIME. I HAD THE IGNITION REPLACED, AND TWO
    MONTHS LATER IT HAPPENED AGAIN.


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  • Feb 28, 2008 - Daytona Beach, FL - Wiring
    TL CONTACT OWNS A 2003 SUZUKI SV1000S.
    WHILE DRIVING APPROXIMATELY 40 MPH, THE VEHICLE LOST POWER AND BEGAN
    TO DECELERATE. THE VEHICLE WAS TOWED TO THE CONTACT'S RESIDENCE AND HE
    DISCOVERED THAT THE GREEN POWER CONNECTOR FUSED TOGETHER, CAUSING AN
    ELECTRICAL SHORT. THE GREEN POWER CONNECTOR WAS REPLACED, BUT THE
    FAILURE RECURRED. THE VEHICLE HAS NOT BEEN TAKEN TO A DEALER FOR
    DIAGNOSIS. THE CURRENT MILEAGE WAS 9,500 AND FAILURE MILEAGE WAS 9,000.


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  • Dec 30, 2007 - Laguna Niguel, CA - Ignition
    HTTP://WWW.SV-PORTAL.COM/FORUMS/SHOWTHREAD.PHP?T=27074 NO
    ELECTRICAL POWER?? GREEN CONNECTOR ISSUE! MY BIKE LOST POWER AND
    CANNOT BE STARTED. FORTUNATELY I WAS NOT RIDING AT THE TIME THE POWER
    CUT OUT. I HAD TO FIND ANOTHER RIDE HOME AS THE BIKE WAS IMMOBILE.
    APPARENTLY THIS DOES OCCUR REGULARLY AND BOTH NHTSA AND SUZUKI ARE AWARE
    OF THE PROBLEM AND DOING NOTHING ABOUT IT. READ THE FORUM ABOVE FOR
    MANY INSTANCES OF THIS PROBLEM.


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  • Dec 14, 2007 - San Jose, CA - Ignition
    TL CONTACT OWNS A 2003 SUZUKI SV1000S
    MOTORCYCLE. ON TWO SEPARATE OCCASIONS, THE VEHICLE COMPLETELY SHUT OFF
    WITHOUT WARNING. THE VEHICLE WOULD NOT RESTART AND HAD TO BE TOWED
    BOTH TIMES. THE DEALER STATED THAT THE IGNITION HARNESS WAS FAULTY AND
    REPLACED IT TWICE. THE SPEED WAS UNKNOWN. THE CURRENT MILEAGE WAS
    27,000 AND FAILURE MILEAGE WAS 23,000.


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  • May 11, 2007 - Honolulu, HI - Wiring
    THE GREEN CONNECTOR ON THE SUZUKI SV1000S MOTORCYCLE BURNED OUT,
    CAUSING THE MOTORCYCLE ENGINE TO DIE COMPLETELY ON A HIGH TRAFFIC
    STREET. PRIOR TO THE COMPLETE FAILURE OF THE CONNECTOR THE MOTORCYCLE
    WOULD INTERMITTENTLY DIE FOR A FEW SECONDS, AND EITHER RESUME NORMALLY
    IF IN TRANSIT OR DIE IF IT WAS STATIONARY. WHEN THE ENGINE DIED ALL
    ELECTRICAL FUNCTIONS CEASED EVEN IF THE KEY WAS IN ACCESS MODE. TURNING
    THE KEY SEVERAL TIMES FROM OFF TO ACCESS WOULD RESUME THE ELECTRICAL
    FUNCTIONS. AFTER FINDING A BULLETIN BOARD THREAD ON THE MOTORCYCLE'S
    SYMPTOMS, THIS LEAD ME TO THE GREEN CONNECTOR"FAILURE. I DISASSEMBLED
    THE MOTORCYCLE AND LOCATED THE CONNECTOR. SURE ENOUGH, THE CONNECTOR
    WAS FRIED . REMOVED THE DAMAGED CONNECTOR AND REPLACED THEM WITH SPADE
    TERMINALS. SO FAR, THE MOTORCYCLE WORKED FINE. CHECK THIS URL FOR
    MORE INFORMATION AND PHOTOS. MY POSTS ARE TOWARDS THE BOTTOM UNDER THE
    NAME "RXSX":
    HTTP://WWW.SV-PORTAL.COM/FORUMS/SHOWTHREAD.PHP?T=20730&PAGE=17


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  • May 11, 2007 - Honolulu, HI - Ignition
    THE GREEN CONNECTOR ON THE SUZUKI SV1000S MOTORCYCLE BURNED OUT,
    CAUSING THE MOTORCYCLE ENGINE TO DIE COMPLETELY ON A HIGH TRAFFIC
    STREET. PRIOR TO THE COMPLETE FAILURE OF THE CONNECTOR THE MOTORCYCLE
    WOULD INTERMITTENTLY DIE FOR A FEW SECONDS, AND EITHER RESUME NORMALLY
    IF IN TRANSIT OR DIE IF IT WAS STATIONARY. WHEN THE ENGINE DIED ALL
    ELECTRICAL FUNCTIONS CEASED EVEN IF THE KEY WAS IN ACCESS MODE. TURNING
    THE KEY SEVERAL TIMES FROM OFF TO ACCESS WOULD RESUME THE ELECTRICAL
    FUNCTIONS. AFTER FINDING A BULLETIN BOARD THREAD ON THE MOTORCYCLE'S
    SYMPTOMS, THIS LEAD ME TO THE GREEN CONNECTOR"FAILURE. I DISASSEMBLED
    THE MOTORCYCLE AND LOCATED THE CONNECTOR. SURE ENOUGH, THE CONNECTOR
    WAS FRIED . REMOVED THE DAMAGED CONNECTOR AND REPLACED THEM WITH SPADE
    TERMINALS. SO FAR, THE MOTORCYCLE WORKED FINE. CHECK THIS URL FOR
    MORE INFORMATION AND PHOTOS. MY POSTS ARE TOWARDS THE BOTTOM UNDER THE
    NAME "RXSX":
    HTTP://WWW.SV-PORTAL.COM/FORUMS/SHOWTHREAD.PHP?T=20730&PAGE=17


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  • Nov 24, 2006 - La Mirada, CA - Wiring
    MY BIKE WAS HAVING INTERMITTENT ELECTRICAL STARTING PROBLEMS FOR
    APPROX. 2 MONTHS. THE DEALER FOUND A GREEN CONNECTOR IN THE WIRING
    HARNESS THAT HAD SHORTED OUT. I HAVE SINCE FOUND OUT THAT THIS IS VERY
    COMMON ON SUZUKI MOTORCYCLES. MY BIKE IS A 2003 SV1000S WITH 16K MILES.


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  • Aug 28, 2006 - Pfafftown, NC - Ignition, Switch
    MY 2003 SUZUKI SV1000S
    MOTORCYCLE HAD AN INTERMITTENT TOTAL POWER(ELECTRICAL) FAILURE THAT
    WOULD RESULT IN THE BIKE SHUTTING OFF. I TOOK THE BIKE TO A DEALER AND
    THEY COULD NOT DUPLICATE THE PROBLEM. THE WEEK OF AUGUST 13-19 IT BEGAN
    TO GET WORSE SO I STOPPED RIDING AND BEGAN TO RESEARCH ON MY OWN AND
    FOUND THE IGNITION SWITCH CONNECTOR HAD FAILED AND BEGAN TO BURN THE
    WIRES ON THE SWITCH END. FOR RIGHT NOW THE SWITCH IS REMOVED AND NOT
    INSTALLED ON THE BIKE FOR FEAR OF A FIRE. THE WIRING HARNESS END HAS
    SOME DAMAGE BUT NOT MUCH, BUT WHEN THE CONNECTOR FAILED THE HEAT FUSED
    THEM TOGETHER AND GETTING THEM APART HAD VERY DIFFICULT WITHOUT CAUSING
    DAMAGE TO THE WIRING HARNESS END. AS OF RIGHT NOW I HAVE NOT REPLACED
    ANY PARTS THE BIKE IS DOWN UNTIL I CAN PURCHASE A NEW SWITCH SINCE ITS
    NOT UNDER WARRANTY.


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  • Aug 07, 2006 - Campbell, CA - Ignition, Switch
    MY 2003 SUZUKI SV1000S
    MOTORCYCLE HAS A LONG HISTORY OF CUTTING OUT WHILE IN MOTION, IN
    TRAFFIC, IN TURNS, RESULTING IN EVENTUAL AND COMPLETE ELECTRONIC FAILURE
    ON 7/8/2006. THIS HAS BEEN AN ONGOING PROBLEM SINCE I PURCHASED THE
    BIKE IN AUGUST OF 2005. I HAVE HAD MULTIPLE MECHANICS (EVEN DEALER
    MECHANICS) CHECKING THE FUEL PUMP, GAS TANK, AIR FILTER, FUEL FILTER,
    AND FUSES TO ATTEMPT TO FIX THIS PROBLEM. THE PROBLEM WAS NEVER FOUND
    BECAUSE THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SURGING AND CUTTING OUT MADE THE BIKE
    BEHAVE AS THOUGH IT WAS STARVING FOR FUEL. I SUSPECT THIS CUTTING OUT
    ISSUE TO BE THE CAUSE OF MY CRASH WHILE MAKING A RIGHT HAND TURN AT 25
    MPH WHICH OCCURRED ON NOVEMBER 27, 2005, RESULTING IN MILD INJURY TO
    NECK/SHOULDER AND $1,000 IN DAMAGE TO THE BIKE. AFTER THE TOTAL
    ELECTRICAL FAILURE ON JULY 8TH I PAID $75 TO HAVE THIS SV TOWED TO THE
    LOCAL DEALER. THE GREEN IGNITION SWITCH WAS BURNT AND BLACKENED AND
    REPLACED WITH A NEW SWITCH PLUS SOME DIELECTRIC GREASE. I PAID FOR THE
    PARTS AND LABOR, AND AFTER A CALL TO SUZUKI OF AMERICA, THEY HAVE
    OFFERED TO REIMBURSE ME FOR PARTS AND LABOR IN EXCHANGE FOR MY GIVING
    THEM THE BURNT IGNITION SWITCH. I HAVE ACCEPTED SUZUKI'S OFFER,
    HOWEVER, IT IS UNFORTUNATE THAT I HAVE ALREADY PAID OVER $1,500 IN BIKE
    REPAIRS AND MEDICAL BILLS BEFORE THIS ISSUE WAS RESOLVED. I HAVE
    WARNED TWO OTHER SV1000S OWNERS WHO HAVE EXPRESSED TO ME THAT THEY HAVE
    THE SAME PROBLEM WITH THEIR BIKES CUTTING OUT AS WELL. THIS IS A SAFETY
    ISSUE AND I THINK ISSUING A RECALL FOR THIS PROBLEM SHOULD BE OF TOP
    PRIORITY. THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR TIME.


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  • Jun 21, 2006 - Belpre, OH - Wiring
    2003 SUZUKI SV1000S,
    BIKE WAS RUNNING FINE FOR THREE YEARS. STOPPED BIKE FOR 15 MINUTES.
    COME BACK TO FIND NO POWER. CAUSE IS A FAULTY CONNECTOR BETWEEN
    IGNITION SWITCH AND MAIN WIRING HARNESS. IF CONNECTOR WOULD HAVE
    SHORTED WHILE IN A TURN THE BIKE COULD HAVE WENT DOWN INJURING MYSELF. I
    HAVE CONTACTED THE LOCAL DEALER. THEY ARE CHECKING TO SEE IF SUZUKI
    HAS CHANGED THAT CONNECTOR ON THE NEW HARNESSES. THIS HAS HAPPENED ON
    AT LEAST FOUR OTHER SV OWNERS. IT CAN CAUSE SERIOUS DAMAGE OR DEATH.
    THE CONNECTOR NEEDS TO BE OF HIGHER RATING TO HANDLE THE ELECTRICAL LOAD
    AS WELL AS THE HEAT FROM THE PLACEMENT ABOVE THE ENGINE.


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  • May 20, 2006 - Brampton, 00 - Ignition
    AS PER THE ADVICE OF ANOTHER PERSON, I CHECKED THE IGNITION
    ELECTRICAL HARNESS. IT WAS BURNT AND READY TO FAIL. SINCE THIS IS A
    MOTORCYCLE AN IGNITION FAILURE COULD BE DEADLY. LOSS OF POWER IN A TURN
    WOULD CAUSE A MOTORCYCLE TO CRASH. THE WIRING WAS REPAIRED BY
    BYPASSING THE HARNESS. THERE ARE NUMEROUS PEOPLE I HAVE BEEN IN CONTACT
    WITH THAT HAVE EXPERIENCED THE SAME PROBLEM. THERE SHOULD BE A RECALL
    ON THE WIRING HARNESS, INCLUDING FULL REPLACEMENT OF THE WIRING.


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  • May 10, 2006 - Brampton, 00 - Ignition
    THERE IS A FAULTY WIRING HARNESS ON THE IGNITION OF MY 2003 SUZUKI SV1000S
    MOTORCYCLE. A FEW FRIENDS FOUND THIS PROBLEM AND ONE CRASHED THE BIKE
    BECAUSE OF THIS PROBLEM. I SIMPLY INSPECTED MY BIKE AFTER HEARING ABOUT
    THIS PROBLEM AND FOUND THAT THIS WAS THE CASE IN MY IGNITION. THE
    HARNESS CANNOT SUSTAIN THE CURRENT LOAD AND MELTS, CAUSING THE
    MOTORCYCLE TO SHUT DOWN. THIS SHOULD BE A RECALL BY SUZUKI TO PREVENT
    ANY MORE DANGEROUS SITUATIONS. FIRE IS A POSSIBILITY OR CRASHING DUE TO
    TOTAL LOSS OF ENGINE POWER.


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  • Feb 21, 2006 - Richmond, CA - Ignition
    IGNITION CUTOUT ON MY 2003 SUZUKI SV1000S
    MOTORCYCLE LEFT ME STRANDED. MY BIKE HAD TO BE TOWED AT CONSIDERABLE
    EXPENSE. THE DEALER REPORTS THAT I NEED A NEW IGNITION AND ELECTRICAL
    CONNECTOR. SIMILAR INCIDENTS HAVE BEEN REPORTED
    (HTTP://WWW.SV1000.ZYNS.COM/FORUMS/SHOWTHREAD.PHP?T=8174&PAGE=2&HIGHLIGHT=IGNITION+CUTOUT),
    YET SUZUKI FAILS TO COVER REPLACEMENT COSTS.


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Cheers I was looking at that site last night but thought as they were all American it was more of a usa problem and not UK,that will be my next check now Any info would help, Sv1000 Total Electrical Power Loss 433968
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well done mr I Any info would help, Sv1000 Total Electrical Power Loss 3498837457 I had another look at those sites and hey it's not just USA ones, the connector overheats and burns out Any info would help, Sv1000 Total Electrical Power Loss IMAG0321

very dangerous indeed ! after reading some of the accidents people have had I'm going to hard wire it and do away with the connector Any info would help, Sv1000 Total Electrical Power Loss 2170595768
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