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Old 11-28-2012, 11:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hey guys new to the 4m got a issue i have a 06 midnight bike was running great until i change the oil and the air filter .when u start it it runs find but as soon as it warms up it start running rough and even dies out.when i took of the air box
i didnt realize u had to take the tank off to put it back properly .i as able to put it back but now i wonder if i put it back on right and if not could that be the problem .thanks and any help would be great.
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Old 11-28-2012, 11:41 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I would check for pinched vacuum lines under the tank, also disconnect your fuel dry breaks from the tank and then reconnect making sure they are latched securely and make sure your oil is not over filled. When checking the oil on these they need to be at operating temperature (about 20 min ride) then let idle for 30 seconds without touching the throttle before shutting off. Then check it. when changing the filter and oil you should only have to put about 4.5 quarts back in it.

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thanks ill work on it on my day off when i have more time.
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Old 11-29-2012, 03:46 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Are there any error messages on the gauges when you shut the bike off?
If not, check via the ECU Interface for error messages in the ECU memory.
Its possible something was re-connected backwards so also re-visit that.
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Old 11-29-2012, 05:42 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Welcome to the 4m

If you have K&N's or any foam filter's sometimes they get over oiled, that could cause a rough idle.

Like others have stated, check the dry breaks and the vent line under the tank.

Hey while your messing around with the vent lines, check the little coil wires. They do loosen up, Put a dab of di-electric grease and gently reseat them. Watch out, you can bend the tabs on the coils. I also had to crip the connectors a bit to seat them firmly to the coils.

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JOEY?!?! did you start a new account? tell the truuuth!
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JOEY?!?! did you start a new account? tell the truuuth!
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No this is not Joey sorry dude just needed some advice on some issues that my bike is having by the way I'm from southern Cali


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weekend's over- how'd you make out?
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weekend's over- how'd you make out?
it stop acting up so im just waiting to see if acts up again
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