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So I have a 06 Burgman 400 with about 2,500 miles on it. From time to time my Burg will just cut out while at a stop. It's happened maybe a handful of times in 60 days or so days with no rhyme or reason. The Scooter is well maintained, battery is fully charged, recent plug and oil change..... has anyone experienced anything like this or know what it could possibly be that's causing this?
 

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Maybe gas tank settlement maybe an electrical issue. Does it cut off when going over a speed bump quickly? Does idle weird? I had the cut off a few times but maybe 5-6 times max over the year i had mine. Maybe injector are dirty. I cant tell for sure. Some other will help better than me for sure
 

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Is it holding a steady idle? Does the idle fluctuate up and down?
 

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being on 06 i’d put a bore-scope in the fuel filler tube and check the condition of the sidewalls of the fuel tank if they look corroded I’d eliminate the stock fuel filter and install an external fuel filter that allows visual inspection and ride a tank full thru it then check and/or replace filter.
 

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being on 06 i’d put a bore-scope in the fuel filler tube and check the condition of the sidewalls of the fuel tank if they look corroded I’d eliminate the stock fuel filter and install an external fuel filter that allows visual inspection and ride a tank full thru it then check and/or replace filter.
I've checked the tank for rust with a extended magnet, seemed good.
 

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I have had problems with my 2016 not holding idle and stalling if I did not pump the throttle. The easiest thing to perform is the idle relearn procedure. Not sure about the 2006 since I have a 2007-2019 model.

I also now add Starbrite Star Tron Fuel treatment every time I fill up. States One bottle treats 256 gallons of gas so it should last a long time.
 
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So does anyone know a good link on how to change the fuel filter? And possibly a link on where to purchase one?
 

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Mine did that earlier this year. I checked EVERYTHING. Cleaned the stock fuel filter. The bike set a C40 code I think.
Maybe coincidentally, I had another electrical prob- the main 30A fuse partly melted. Headlights wouldn't work. I found a partially loose connector in the dash area. So I clipped it together- SNAP. Disconnected the battery for a while. After about 200 miles the idle settled down. I also recalibrated the two F.I. gizmos. One is ISC I think. Other is STVA sensor.
I didn't notice any difference due to cleaning the fuel filter. Just another potential prob eliminated maybe.
 

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(Oh I have a 2008 AN400)
 
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