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Fuse panal Where can you find a fuse panal for a honda cbr 600 f3?

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    my main fuse is blown and i want to change it

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I have a 1995 cbr 600 f3. The main fuse is found by following the positive terminal wire to a relay. It is a box with a red fuse cap on top, in a rubber casing right behind the battery.

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This depends a lot on where you live. searching Google, and putting in your zip code along with motorcycle junk yard, and or salvage normally works for me. e bay is also great. I've found plenty of cheap fairings there. and lastly and most expensive would of course be the Honda motorcycle dealership.

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