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post #1 of 13 Old 05-02-2019, 09:51 PM Thread Starter
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Bike is Jerking after 2500rpm

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My Bike has started jerking after 2500rpm, its more like the kill switch goes on and off repeatedly.

anyone knows whats the issue due to
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never mind issue resolved
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and it was?
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Ha ha, oh well pressure washed yesterday, seems water entered into the wiring harness, and messed up ignition. took it apart dried under the sun.

could have been worse, blown fuse, electrical damages etc etc phew got lucky

lesson learned
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Ha ha, oh well pressure washed yesterday, seems water entered into the wiring harness, and messed up ignition. took it apart dried under the sun.

could have been worse, blown fuse, electrical damages etc etc phew got lucky

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I decided long ago to never put a pressure washer to any bike. I wash my bikes with a garden hose and bucket of soapy water in the driveway.
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I decided to dry off the V Strom 1000 with the electric garden leaf blower after washing it. Not bad that 320 Km wind, Cyclone 5 force.
Next day, traction control yellow light up. After a good 70 KM run it was still up. Next day, and thereafter, never came back, the moisture having presumably dried out.
Still use the blower, but a lot further away from the ECU module terminal blocks (which are far more accessible than the GSX-S1000).

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NEVER NEVER pressure wash a bike. NEVER!
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NEVER NEVER pressure wash a bike. NEVER!
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Well using pressure washer is all fine if you know were to avoid, the engine side, exposed wires etc.
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