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Old 06-10-2019, 12:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Can anybody help me with locating the dry breaks. I have read through these forums, seen pictures but none look like mine. I am trying to locate the 1 or 2 dry breaks to “reset” in order to get the fuel light to shut off. I cannot find them to save my life.....need help.
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One is under the seat, the other one is on the side of the bike under the ais cover (fake air cleaner)

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I’m still not seeing these things...I know I’m dumber than a box of rocks but **** these things are eluding me. I’ve looked in both places and don’t see anything. Maybe I don’t know what I’m liking for.....
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Check out my tank removal video on YouTube, they'll be on there.

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Watched the video, mine doesn’t have either of those in those locations......
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Maybe some pictures would help to see if your bike has been tampered with.
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Hasn’t been tampered with. Just inherited it from my father. He is in CA and this bike is “CA compliant” with all the emission controls. Not sure if that had anything to do with it. Pictures to follow...
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These are the two locations where I’ve read that the dry breaks are located. I’m trying to get the fuel light from saying on.
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Maybe this will help you.

All the Warriors came with dry breaks.
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Aaaahhhhh it seems like you have a Roadstar but not a Warrior.
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