I figured my ongoing issue/process with fixing my recently purchased 2006 Burgman 400 needed a new thread since the issue has been pinpointed. So a bit of back story is needed to get an understanding. So I bought the Scooter about 10 days ago and when I went to look at it the condition and low miles (1,500) had me interested. I took the scooter for a short test drive and everything seemed to be working just fine. My only concern at the time was the scooter had an aftermarket toggle/kill switch. The previous owner explained it was installed to prevent battery drainage, now I know better. So basically unless the toggle switch is turned on the scooter will not start and a F1 light pops up. Ya switch it on and no F1 light and the bike fires up just fine. So after finally figuring out how to get the code it turns up as a c41 code, basically the fuel pump. So my repeated question is can you bypass the code to start the bike cause that's apparently what's happening. Also what harm will come to the scooter if the code is being bypassed? I don't think it's as simple as a fuse or relay switch, cause it would of been fixed instead of bypassed, I'm thinking that ultimately the ECU has been effected somehow and the switch has been installed to bypass that issue. So I'm wondering if I should just leave it be and hope for the best down the line or pay a lot of $ for a mechanic to troubleshoot the who;e issue and possibly just have to buy a new ECU which is expensive if I can even manage to find a used one.