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No power at all, no lights, nothing.

Have checked main fuse and replaced the battery.

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Initially, some general ideas you may want to consider and explore:

  • you would need a voltmeter to check for the presence of +12 at all points. Alternately, a test light/bulb would also serve the purpose (12VDC);
  • in some versions, the starting relay have specific terminals, B for battery and S for Starter Motor.
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