Anybody had a go at repairing their speedo themselves??? I'm assuming it's a problem with the actual magnets in the front hub.........are they expensive??? Is the whole job best left to my local shop??
In the process of having mine repaired now. When putting the front wheel back on if you don't line up the tabs in the speedo sensor, they'll be making contact and will work ... for awhile and then quit. Lucky (I was informed today) that the Burgman 400 is one of the few Suzuki bikes where you do not have to replace the whole speedometer sensor. Labor cost, unknown (yet). Parts to repair sensor, around $30.
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