Engine cutting out


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  • #27248
    Luwys007Luwys007
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    I read a thread with someone who was able to replicate this issue i cant for the life of me find it.. i remember reading it had something to do with a rev-matching issue. i will keep looking see if i can find it.

    #27320
    Avatarmaximus3k
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    I had the same issue also in the first weeks of riding my 401. But once read online that it could be caused by overfueling the tank, I stopped filling it in upright position to not reach that metal cross. From that day on never had that issue again. But anyway very odd for a new bike with such a small tank, to not be able of fill up max… Would be great to have a fix for that from Husqvarna.

    Maybe we can start a small petition – everyone that has the same issue can send me his bike ID and I could send an email to the austrian headquarter and if necessary I would call them(I am german, so thats no problem)…just an idea

    #27520
    AvatarMech
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    I have an update to share on mine.  I had first experienced this condition once back in around about October, then hadn’t ridden much after due to weather, maybe another 50 miles or so, but it never did it again.  In the last month the weather’s come back around, so I’ve been riding exclusively the last few weeks, and last weekend I was out and it did it again.  Now, I had just recently brimmed the tank, and I see several people saying that may be the culprit.  It did the standard shut down when stopping, long crank as if flooded, then would finally re-fire but only run if you revved the hell out of it.  If allowed to come back to idle it would settle down to normal for about 3-5 seconds, then stumble and shut off.  Wash, rinse, repeat, a half dozen times or so.  Thinking it was the tank issue I opened the filler cap to see if that changed anything, it did not.  After pushing it to my destination as I was a few hundred feet shy, I parked the bike, let it sit for 20-30 minutes, came back to it, fired right up and ran fine the rest of the day.  Still at a total loss as to why this happened.   However, there’s a bit more to the story now, as just yesterday my bike went in for it’s initial break-in service, (yeah I know i don’t ride much) and of course I mentioned this issue to the service department.  A tech started to tell me that they’ve seen this on several bikes, but then his boss shut him down so I’m afraid I didn’t get any answers, although at least this one dealer seems to be aware on some level that this is happening.  Fast forward to picking the bike up from service, and although the shop that did the work didn’t specifically mention it, my bike definitely got some kind of ECM re-flash/tune, as it runs WAY differently now.  It takes a much longer time for the bike to settle back to idle when you release the throttle, and almost seems to kind of “hang” at RPM between gears.  Unfortunately my local dealer isn’t exactly a great place, they definitely aren’t terribly transparent in terms of their knowledge of issues like this, so let’s just hope that they quietly fixed the issue.  I will update in a hundred miles or so, wish me luck!

    #29155
    Avatarbeuchbeuch
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    Hi everyone,

    I have been owning a Vitpilen 401 since October 2018. I love riding this bike, its really fun and nervous. Yet, as many on this forum I have encountered this worrying shutdown problem. For 3-4 times over the past year and a half, I was riding, not changing gear and the engine died while riding. It somehow took me 20-30 minutes of restarting a few times, sending high rpms, moving the bike to allow the gas to move  (i dont know if this works…). After that, the bike works perfectly fine.

    This kind of scary situation happened after a filled the gasoline tank to its maximum AND took the bike out from my underground parking with a steep incline recently (less than 10 kms) after I filled the tank.

    My guess, after discussions with Husky dealer is that the tank gets airlocked due to gas filling the air conduct allowing the tank not to be airlocked. In my opininion, the gas is filling the air conduct because both of the overfilling and the steep incline of my underground parking.

    Therefore, I will stop overfilling my tank. I will update this thread to let people know if I have had any further issues after this.

    Safe and fun ride to you all!

    #29457
    AvatarHusqy_401
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    Only happened once to me. It’s at about 650km now. Rolling to a stop (red light), downshifting, downshifting, and at about 20 kmh i put it in neutral to just coast what little distance i had left. As soon as it dropped to about 10kmh *klink* shutdown. Turned the bike back on no problems, prob. took  about a second longer than usual. But no shutdown since that. It happened when the bike had about 500km on the odometer and after quite a long ride, used almost the entire fuel tank in one Ride but the bike was far away from even slightly overheating according to the water-temp gauge.

    #30140
    AvatarBeacharrow
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    Happening to me between 3rd and 2nd downshifting. Happens at least once a week. 1300 km on the bike.

    #35072
    Avatardaywid99
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    Brand new bike Vit 401 – 2021, 14km on the odometer, happened to me like 5 times already, mostly when shifting 3->2, 2-1 and blipping the throttle. Tank is definitely not full.

    #35077
    Luce852Luce852
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    Been having this issue as well, I find it happens less often when in Supermoto mode instead of Road, and I can keep it from happening by avoiding “cruising” with the clutch in, and blipping the throttle when coming to a stop and downshifting

    #35108
    AvatarQVBD
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    I had the software update and dashboard replaced in 2019 but it still cut out, albeit not as often. Total shot in the dark but my dealership then tightened the clutch lever and I’ve now ridden about 4,000 km without issues.

    #35240
    AvatarJack
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    Hey guys, new 2021 Svart 401 picked up last week. 150km on the clock, happened about 7 or so times.

    Anyone that have done Coober ECU and fixed it? Think I may consider that, and then decat after warranty period.

    Apart from checking the following what else is there to try?

    • Side Stand Switch
    • Clutch Cable Adjustment
    • Not filling up to full
    • Dash replacement
    • ECU Reset

    Any of the above that specifically saw best results?

    Thanks in advance!

    #35338
    Avatardaywid99
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    UPDATE: dealer updated the software on my 2021 Vitpilen, and recalibrated the quick-shifter (didn’t work before).

    I’ve done 350km since, without any issues (no more engine cut-offs & quick-shifter is working)

     

    #35404
    AlexWAlexW
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    Could you please share an update when you’ll have done more KMs, I would be curious to know. I have a Svartpilen 701 2019, got it brand new, and there’s been sometimes when it wasn’t doing it for a while, and then it comes back. Today, it did it almost 5 times in a 2 hours ride. The bike is at 4500km now. Thanks!

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