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I have a 2006, Suzuki 750F , I put a new battery in the wrong way :. It sparked and now it wont start, what did i burn out please help me :. johnny angel :.

I have not bought a new battery yet, I have not checked nothing out yet, like troubleshoot ... thanks again

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  • leone C Dec 22, 2016

    Fuses,fuses,fuses and fuel pump rela, if not you fray the CPU..

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There is two main fuses sometimes four. I'd start with checking them and your relays

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Ur first check up would ur fuses fusible links as wire and move on to electronics hoping you would resolve with just a fuse or fusible link. Good Luck

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