There are 2 dry breaks. First, remove the left side cover and just follow the gasline to a plast/metal thing directly on the exposed braket. Push on it and if it's loose you'll hear a click. Second, follow the ose on the other side of the bracket to the tank under the seat. Push down on that one. Again, if it's loose you'll hear a click. 90% of the time it's the dry breaks.
Worst case senario, you have a loose connection elsewhere in the fuel chain, when I picked my bike up, I drove 8 miles and the fuel light was on constantly, even with a full tank, this is the day it rolled off the dealership floor mind you, It took their "crack" service team 3 days to figure out it was a loose connection on the fuel pump. Needless to say Renton Motorcycles in Renton WA is not the place to have your bike serviced. I do everything myself now. Thanks to RSWARRIOR.com./emoticons/emotion-1.gif
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