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post #11 of 14 Old 01-28-10, 09:42 Thread Starter
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I had similar problem before. But that was because i was using a higher watts aftermarket light bulbs and it fried my harness connecting the ignition with the headlight. So check if you smelt anything strange lately. Otherwise check all the fuse again and i think you forgot to mention another fuse which is located in front of the 30 amp (opposite side closer to underneath the fuel tank.
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How do you access the 30A fuse under the clear plastic cover? Do you pull the cover off ? Or do you have to take the whole solenoid off - seems like it would be very tough to get to the bolt holding it down :(.
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Thanks for all your help guys!

Finally found out the problem was. One of the 30amp fuse blew, which is the one under the clear plastic cover.
How do you access the 30A fuse under the clear plastic cover? Do you pull the cover off ? Or do you have to take the whole solenoid off - seems like it would be very tough to get to the bolt holding it down :(.
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How do you access the 30A fuse under the clear plastic cover? Do you pull the cover off ? Or do you have to take the whole solenoid off - seems like it would be very tough to get to the bolt holding it down :(.

Nevermind. Just needed to take off a relay to get some space near the battery and pull the white cover off. Fuse was indeed blown. Hopefully with the heat from heat shrinking (while relocating rectifier to the tail) rectifier is still ok. Bike seems to be starting up now. Too late to run it in the garage and check so going to have to wait till morning :(.
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