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Old 28 May 2009, 23:13   #11
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Check all your connectors - and under the cowl - if Suzuki still use those bullet connectors they can be a real pain until they settle down!!!
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Thanks Codprawn, do you mean the loom connector on the outboard ?
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Thanks Codprawn, do you mean the loom connector on the outboard ?
Don't know on the new 4 strokes but if you see a bullet connector anywhere just have a fiddle around with it.

I ended up soldering and heatshrinking all the ones attached to the ignition and kill switch. The ones under the cowl also play up from time to time but a quick tug on the connector will cure it.
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Yep, they still use bullet connectors, inside rubber sleeves, which helps keep some of the moisture out.
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