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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-02-2017, 08:20 PM Thread Starter
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Question 2005 Suzuki Burgman 400 Speed Sensor?

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I just replaced the front and rear tires and as soon as i was done I started it up and tested it out! The speedometer was working fine until a couple minutes later and the dropped to 0. I am assuming it is the speed sensor rotor, since i did have trouble putting the sensor back in

So my question is, is the speed sensor rotor suppose to be connector to the magnet or w/e that ring thing is? The rotor seems to be moving freely in there lol.

Thanks in advance!
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Nevermind, I think I found my answer on a past post that actually shows the rotor.

http://burgmanusa.com/forums/14-burg...ge=1&_k=47itbe

I think the plastic rotor piece is suppose to be connected to the magnet, my rotor seems to be split from the magnet causing no reading(I hope). For now I'm going to try using epoxy(JB weld: plastic weld) to both pieces for temporary fix.
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That's the problem, for sure. It's really easy to misalign the tabs on the speedo sensor magnet rotor when you put it back together, and it snaps shortly after that.

I repaired mine with JB-weld and it works fine now- Just make sure it's spotlessly clean and degreased before gluing it back together or you'll be fixing it again! Also, don't get JB-weld on the inside, but it's OK to have a little extra outside.

As far as I'm concerned it's a permanent fix, but you might want to buy a spare anyway.
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Thanks for tip! I used epoxy yesterday and let it cure overnight, then sanded down any imperfections and put everything back together. I started it and rode around the community and the speedo and odometer is now working!
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