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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-23-2017, 09:08 PM Thread Starter
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After stopping and filling my 2007 Burgman 650 Exe, as I left the gas station, the CVT remained in "1st"gear. I was operating in automatic mode and it acted like I had it in "gear shift mode" and it was stuck and wouldn't accelerate past 25mph as the RPM's were up there. I believe something electrical that controls the CVT system is the problem. I would appreciate any advise as where to look. 10amp fuse is ok.
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Check the switch on the center stand to see if it is stuck.
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The bike won't shift out of first gear if the center stand is not registered as up. Check that it is or that the switch is working, both can get stuck.

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I have moved this thread to a more suitable section on the site.
The Tech Support forum is meant for site related issues.

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Thanks Buffalo, I looked and discovered the 1/4 inch round guard around the switch was slightly bent and causing the plunger on the switch to not release completely. Took some vise grips and straightened the round guard and all is well. Thank you !!
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